Eden Hazard says FA Cup win will send warning to Premier League rivals
Antonio Conte will be seeking a double in his first season as Chelsea boss when the Premier League champions face Arsenal in the FA Cup final at Wembley.
Arsenal won six of their final seven Premier League games since beating Manchester City in the FA Cup semi-finals.
But the Gunners missed out on the top four and have a host of injury concerns ahead of the Wembley clash.
And Hazard hopes Chelsea will be ruthless and send a message that the Blues are the team to beat next season.
"It's always important against Arsenal," Hazard said. "We just want to win games, we know that every year they have some injuries in Arsenal.
Chelsea face Arsenal in FA Cup final at Wembley
Saturday is a good opportunity to put pressure on all the opponents
"Even for the next season, I think Saturday is a good opportunity to put pressure on them and to all the opponents also.
"The last 10 years in Chelsea it was great. (But Frank) Lampard is finished, Didier Drogba is finished, Ashley Cole, John Terry now.
"They won a lot of trophies, now it's like a new generation.
"We want to prove that the club is one of the best in the world. So we have to be ready for that.
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"We have this new manager, we have a couple of young players, so everything is ready to build something."
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Hazard has won two Premier League titles, the League Cup and Europa League during his five years at Stamford Bridge.
The 26-year-old is pleased with his silverware haul, but is keen to rival Terry, who would claim a 16th major trophy of his Chelsea career with victory at Wembley.
"It's not bad – but it can be better," Hazard said. "I didn't win a lot – I won a couple of titles, but him? Everything.
"I hope to have the same opportunities. The FA Cup and Champions League, why not?"