"I feel sensations under Sarri that I never thought I would feel again", said Fabregas, who has played under Arsene Wenger, Pep Guardiola, Jose Mourinho and Antonio Conte in the past. But I feel for them when they don't score goals, especially Alvaro as I have a good relationship with him and I know that he suffers as he cares a lot. To be honest touching the ball 100 times, all the play going through me or Jorginho is a very important role for him, I'm learning it, I'm very passionate about it as it's very interesting.
"Debates of that type are probably better made when he's a little bit older and got grey hair like me and then everybody can discuss the merits once everybody's finished", he said.
"Maybe tomorrow it's time to see Loftus-Cheek, I think", the Italian manager added.
"His attitude is spot on and he always tries his best". I'm very lucky to have players of such quality and we're very lucky to have this positive start because of the players. We've had great success, won many things.
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Last season Loftus-Cheek enjoyed an impressive loan spell at Crystal Palace and was rewarded with a place in England's World Cup squad.
But he believes he should have come off it for the recent league draws with West Ham and Liverpool.
"At the moment I'm good - if I'm the best, If I'm not I don't care".
Hazard, who helped Belgium to reach the World Cup semi-finals in Russian Federation last summer, has already netted six goals in five Premier League games to hit the ground running in the current campaign. "So I think this case, for that kind of player, it's better to play for 35, 40 minutes than to have training".