Eden Danger is assured he can in the future land the Ballon d’Or taking part in for Chelsea, however accepts he can have to look ahead to perennial winners Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo to retire.
Ronaldo and Messi have mixed to win the closing 9 however Danger has made a powerful case for attention for the 2017 prize via taking part in a key function in Chelsea’s bid to land the Premier League identify – a quest that shall be finished with victory at West Brom on Friday.
And the 26-year-old Belgium playmaker is constructive his possibilities is probably not harmed via taking part in in the Premier League.
He advised Sky Sports activities: “I am hoping to win the Ballon d’Or in the future. It is in my thoughts.
“If I do not, it may not be an issue. I attempt to make a just right occupation – the easiest I will be able to – however I feel any other avid gamers should win it additionally.
“When Ronaldo and Messi retire, perhaps it’s going to be every other couple of avid gamers like Neymar, Paulo Dybala or Antoine Griezmann, who is aware of? We can see. It is not one thing I feel an excessive amount of about.
“May just I win it? If I play subsequent season, we win the Champions League and I win the Global Cup with Belgium, why now not?
“In the last 10 years, the Ballon d’Or winners play in Spain, but it’s not automatic. If a player is better in England, he will win it.”
Danger is hoping Antonio Conte’s males can additional his reason via wrapping up the identify at The Hawthorns ahead of parading the trophy in entrance in their fanatics in subsequent Sunday’s finale at house to already relegated Sunderland.
He added: “We want to rejoice on Friday, then come again to Stamford Bridge and rejoice with the fanatics.
“We simply wish to win the sport. Everyone knows if we win, we will be able to be champions, so perhaps we’ve a large number of power, however we’re virtually there.
“For me, it is the similar [feeling as when we won the title two years ago].
“The objective is all the time to win trophies. The sensation is all the time a just right one. Two years in the past to now, we’ve something in commonplace, which is to win.