Hazard told when he was asked how he felt to be back: "Very good, very good to be back on the pitch, to work with the boys".
However, Real Madrid and the rest of Spain's top two division clubs have been handed a significant boost that the season - provisionally scheduled to resume on June 12 - will be completed after players returned to training amid stringent health and safety measures. "Now we just need to wait for the games but I'm very very happy".
These were the details of the news Need more physical work, ball work: Eden Hazard for this day. "The players want to be playing again". There are 11 matches left and we are going to be well prepared to finish strong.
"In the end, the important thing is to give everything to win something".
Zidane hails fit and ready Real Madrid
Frenchman Zidane led Madrid to three Champions League titles in his first tenure at the helm of the club and hopes to win something in his first full season back in charge. "I just want to be ready for the next game", the club's official website quoted Hazard as saying.
Players started with individual training but recently were given permission to train in smaller groups.
"Now the training is better, we can practice the way we like to", he said. "We can be in groups and use the goals".
"The players worked very well at home and now they are back they are in good shape", said the coach.
Madrid's next match in the league was scheduled to be at second-to-last-place Leganés.