Chelsea winger Eden Hazard hopes the Blues go on a winning run after their first win in four Premier League games.
The west London club defeated Norwich City 1-0 over the weekend to register their first win after losing three league games consecutively.
'On Saturday I played a good game, we played a good game [as a team], and of course it's always good to go to the bench with a standing ovation,' said Hazard, reports chelseafc.com. 'Thank you to the fans.
'I hope this is the start of a good winning run. We have to work in the training, take pleasure on the pitch and try to win every game.
'Against Stoke we played very well but we didn't get the three points, and that is the most important thing in football. On Saturday we played very well, the score could be better, but sometimes 1-0 is enough.'
The Belgium international's form this season has not been the best but he is keen on helping Chelsea win more points.
'I try to play my game,' he said. 'I didn't start the season well, I know, but I gave everything in training and on the pitch. I hope I can get a lot of form and help the team to win games.
'Sometimes you don't know, you just have to keep going to wait for the better results. It's my fourth season now, we won a lot of trophies last season and I won a lot; maybe the attention is more now but I have to play with this and I try to do the best I can.'