Chelsea star Eden Hazard says that he is very focused at Stamford Bridge amid speculations of a move to Real Madrid.
The Belgian, who was named PFA Player of the Year last season, has failed to rediscover his form, and there have been reports that a first-team player is leading a revolt against Mourinho.
The Blues are currently placed 15th following six defeats and just three wins in 11 games so far this season and this has led to rumours that the player may jump ship to Real Madrid at the summer.
“It is the case I learn every day now,” Hazard told the club’s official website. “I need to train and try to forget everything and be a better player.
“We try to speak about it together. The communication is very important. We know when we are in a bad way we need to keep going with communication. People are sad when you don’t win but the communication is very important and we did very well because every day we spoke together, and this is good.
“In a good moment or in a bad moment, we are professional. Personally I don’t read the newspapers. I try to focus only on my football and win games.”
Chelsea travel to the Britannia next to face Stoke City in the premier league week 12 fixtures.