Hazard has returned to the fold at Real Madrid like an airplane, according to Alvaro Arbeloa.
The Belgium international being backed to soar now that he is over another untimely injury setback.
The Blancos had been hoping for much more from the new signing snapped up from Chelsea in the summer of 2019.
A man expected to help fill a Cristiano Ronaldo void at Real Madrid has only delivered just one goal in 15 appearances.
Fitness issues have held Eden Hazard back, with too much time being spent on the treatment table.
He has however seen a coronavirus enforced break work in his favour, with a return to fitness made.
The 29 year old is now ready to come back into contention for Zinedine Zidane as they set to return to action against Eibar on Sunday.
Former Madrid star Arbeloa, who is now an academy coach in the Spanish capital, has been impressed by Hazard’s attitude and application since rejoining training.
He told Real Madrid TV: “I imagine that, with Marco Asensio, there will have to be more care, giving him minutes little by little.
“You have to be more careful with him than with Eden Hazard, who has returned like an airplane.
“He is going to win us many games.”
Zidane’s side will need to find form quickly with a two point gap currently separating Clasico rivals Barcelona at the top of the Liga table.
“I think there won’t be many changes in this first XI, but then Zidane will make three or four changes in each game,” Arbeloa said of Madrid’s plans.
“The Zidane method will return for sure.”
Hazard will be among those looking to play a prominent role through 11 remaining fixtures.
Arbeloa is also tipping Karim Benzema to remain a key man, with the French striker just one goal short of 20 for the season.
“He has been important throughout his time at Real Madrid and we are going to see it now,” said Arbeloa.
“With Zidane he has a lot of confidence. And we have recovered Hazard and Asensio, which is very important.”