The Belgian's PFA Players' Player of the Year and Football Writers' awards are the biggest individual accolades he will ever win as long as Jose Mourinho is his manager.
This is not a slight at the mercurial winger's talents. He has been hyped as having the potential to be as Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo by Cesc Fabregas and John Terry and it's easy to see why.
Throughout all of Europe's major leagues the Chelsea star completed more dribbles than anyone else with 4.8 per game. This is more than Karim Bellarabi in second with 4.7, more than Messi who is third with 4.6 and more than Arjen Robben who is fourth with 4.5. Cristiano Ronaldo is nowhere in sight with just 1.5 dribbles per game.
Hazard was also the dribbling king of the Champions League completing an amazing 7.3 per game, Messi was again second with 6.8 and Hulk was third with 5.7. Ronaldo was nowhere in sight with 2.1 dribbles per game.
With the Chelsea ace also ranking joint sixth for key passes in all the European leagues (2.7) and tenth in the Champions League (2.1) it is arguable he is second only in natural talent to four-time Ballon d'Or winner Messi.
The former Lille star scored 19 times in all competitions - his highest since moving to England. His Argentine rival bagged 56 goals and has two chances to further improve that tally against Athletic Bilbao in the Copa Del Rey final on Saturday and against Juventus in the Champions League final in two weeks.
Ronaldo's season is over but the Portuguese star managed to find the back of the net 61 times - a career high.
Against these two behemoths Hazard stands no chance of Ballon d'Or glory. On face value most will criticism the 24-year-olds end product compared to his older contemporaries, but that is wide of the mark.
Three-time Ballon d'Or winner Ronaldo averaged 6.4 shots per game in La Liga, Barcelona star Messi averaged 4.9 shots per game. As for Hazard he averaged 2.1 shots per game in the Premier League.
It was the same pattern in the Champions League as Ronaldo averaged 5.9 shots; Messi averaged 4.4 and Hazard only 2.3.
In Spain Real Madrid averaged 18.1 shots per game - 7.4 of which were on target. Similarly, Barcelona notched 16.4 shots on goal with 7.2 being accurate. By comparison Chelsea averaged just 14.8 shots per game of which 5.5 hit the target.
As a result of Mourinho's pragmatism Chelsea as a whole, not just Hazard, fail to score as much as they potentially could. Their tally of 73 goals was easily trumped by Manchester City's 83. Meanwhile Barcelona scored 110 goals whilst Madrid netted 118.
This is not a case of La Liga being 'easier' to score in either. Under Carlo Ancelotti Chelsea bagged 103 goals; last season City scored 102 goals, one more than Liverpool (101).
But the way he wins leaves a lot to be desired to the point you remember his side won but not the finer details. Compare Damien Duff with Fredrik Ljungberg and you’ll find the Irishman was the more exciting player and was more of a regular than the Swede. Yet it is the former Gunner whose contributions that more are more talk about.
Michael Essien was equally as dominant as Patrick Vieira yet the Frenchman's reputation has stood the test of time whereas the Ghanaian is rapidly being forgotten.
See Rino Gattuso or Edgar Davids for Cambiasso, Andriy Shevchenko or Alessandro Del Piero for Diego Milito, and Pedro for Jose Callejon and the point becomes emphatic.
Mourinho has never coached a player to be a Ballon d'Or winner - Deco (Porto), Frank Lampard (Chelsea) and Ronaldo (Real Madrid) were runner-ups but only Deco was close whilst the others finished a distant second. The same fate belies Hazard as long as Mourinho is his manager.