Real Madrid superstar Eden Hazard admits is yet to prove that he's worthy of being called a 'Galactico'.
Having terrorised Premier League defenders for seven years, the Belgian opted to leave Chelsea for the Santiago Bernabeu over the summer, moving for a fee of €100m.
However, a thigh strain delayed his Los Blancos debut for over a month, with the forward struggling for form since making his first appearance on 14 September.
A forgettable cameo versus Levante was followed by a limp showing against Paris Saint-Germain in the Champions League. After that 3-0 trouncing at the Parc des Princes, Hazard put in two more mediocre performances in La Liga, though his side remain at the top of the table.
"I am not yet a 'Galactico', I have to be the one to prove that I can be out on the pitch," Hazard began. "We all know the history of the number seven jersey in this club and I have to be the one to prove that I can be the best in the world."
Nevertheless, Hazard was upbeat about his future prospects in the capital, explaining: "I want to enjoy myself on the pitch and give the maximum, not only in games, but also in training.
"I don't doubt myself, I don't doubt my coach. It's all a matter of trust. I'm confident and sure everything will work out fine.
"The criticism doesn't affect me. I haven't noticed much. I know when I work to the fullest, everyone expects me to score three goals in each match.
"I think I can do better, I am also critical of myself, but working every day. Maybe I have a little delay because of the injury, but I am 100 per cent. I now have to demonstrate my level and improve so the fans are proud of me."