Chelsea manager Guus Hiddink was delighted with his side's performance against Bournemouth on Saturday afternoon.
The Blues eased to a 4-1 win against the Cherries with attacking midfielder Eden Hazard scoring his first league goals of the season.
And the Dutchman was full of praise for the Belgian.
"We are very pleased with the performance, especially second half," Hiddink said.
"The first half was a very open game. We played a side who are very good in the build-up of the game and from that they create good chances. We could have scored more goals and so could they and it was a very entertaining game.
"We made some little changes in the positions at half-time and from then on we could be in control and were very dominant in the second-half.
"It was good to see the players were enjoying it and looking for the attack and for the goal. It was nice to see some players who have been absent recently were scoring and enjoying goals.
"[Eden Hazard's performance?] We worked for the last 10 days with him with the group, looking at his way of moving.
"It was good. He was light in his movement and so I said he starts this game and we'll see how it goes. We talked about 45 minutes or a bit more but he was enjoying it so much he could play the whole game, and that was a sign of the good spirit of his and of the team."