- Mourinho was seen snubbing Hazard's hand on Sunday, Novemeber 5 when Manchester United visited Chelsea
- Hazard was one of the players that was branded a "rat" when Mourinho was sacked by Chelsea
- The Belgian has now cleared the air concerning his relationship with the Man United boss
Eden Hazard was a key player when Jose Mourinho's Chelsea conquered England to lead Chelsea to their fifth Premier League title in 2015.
But the following season was far from being rosy for the Belgian and Chelsea as a whole, he had a poor run of form and failed to register a League goal for Chelsea in six month.
Chelsea were so poor that they recorded the worst title defensive in Premier League history.
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These events led to the sack of the Portuguese manager and some Chelsea fans labelled Hazard a "rat" for turning in poor performances and his relationship with Mourinho hit the rock.
However, the Belgian forward insists he would have no problem working under the Special One again in the future.
"Zidane would be a dream to have as a coach, he was my idol when I was little," Hazard told Belgian outlet La Derniere Heure. "I have a lot of respect for him. ‘And playing under Jose Mourinho would not bother me."
Hazard revealed his greatest memory is of Lille’s title-winning campaign back in 2010/11.
He said: "The double achieved with Lille in 2011 is a very strong moment because nobody was waiting for us. ‘It was really not expected."
Eden Hazard was instrumental in Chelsea's victory over Jose Mourinho's Manchester United on Sunday, November 5 as Alvaro Morata's superb header earned all three points for the Blues.