Eden Hazard accepted that his career wouldn't be the same due to the numerous amount of ankle injuries he's endured in recent seasons.

"I never doubted my qualities, but whether I would be 100% fit for the European Championship was going to be a question. I broke my ankle three times, it will never be the same as 10 years ago. But I know that when I am in shape, that I can prove myself on the field and that's what I'm working on now," said Hazard.

Hazard is set to start against Finland on Monday, though may not last 90 minutes.

Belgium have already qualified for the knockout round with two wins. 

Hazard said that his goal was to be fit for the knockout games.

"I'm not 100% yet, but I'm ready to start. But that was the plan, to bring me along gradually. It's especially important to be completely fit in the knockout phase. Then I have to be in top shape."