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Hazard, 23, only rates his own performances so far as "50-50" despite Belgium winning all three Group H games to set up a round of 16 tie with the U.S.
But he is keen to improve and believes his form will get better in the knockout rounds of the competition.
He told reporters: "I have looked at what the other stars have done and try to take as much inspiration from them as possible.
"Have I been impressed by Messi, Neymar and Rodriguez? Of course I have. Rodriguez played a great game against Uruguay. I know him because we played against Colombia and I watch the French league. In statistical terms he is the best player in the tournament.
"As for my tournament so far, I rate it at 50-50. I have been decisive for the group but, in terms of consistency, I can do better. I hope it will be the case from now on, but I know you will see the best Eden.
"Do I feel the pressure? No, it remains the same. I know there are a lot of people watching me but I will deal with that in the same way I approach all the other games -- and just make sure I give my best.
"I have no idea what people think of me and my performances in the tournament so far but I always try to give the maximum I can.
"I just want to be good so that our group can continue our adventure together. With the quality of players we have, we can dream."
Hazard also claimed the U.S. are a team that will try to intimidate him physically but said he will welcome that approach.
He added: "The U.S. are a very physical team but, if they foul me a lot, it means I am having a good day -- and I hope they do because it will mean we get lots of free-kicks and scoring opportunities."
Meanwhile, Thibaut Courtois is aiming to extend his 20-match unbeaten run in goal for Belgium against the U.S.
He said: "I am in great shape but that is not the most important thing.
"I am trying to help the team and do my best so that my contribution is important. If I succeed in maintaining this record all the better."
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