The 32-million-pound Hazard has lit up the Premier League  since his move from Lille in the summer and has been the Stamford Bridge outfit's best player so far this season.
But the 21-year-old Belgian insisted that he didn't move to London just to be known as a golden boy.
"I love to set up my team-mates. I am not here to be a star, to show off. I am here to play for the others, but if I have to try and clinch a game then I will," the Daily Star quoted Hazard, as saying.
"At Lille, coach Garcia made me play on the wing, which I liked because it means you are more free. You do what you want offensively, even if you have to defend a lot. People will see me at Chelsea the way I am and judge me the way they want to," he added.
Hazard admits he is still getting used to life in a new country - and to being recognised in the street.
He added: "It's totally different here. With Lille we could have gone to the south of France and people wouldn't have recognised us. But at Chelsea, the players are at another level. Everything has changed for me - the language, the country, but it is up to me to adapt."