Eden Hazard believes Chelsea must now prepare for the "real tests" in the Champions League after seeing off Galatasaray.
Hazard, 23, had a hand in his side's first goal as the Blues defeated Galatasaray 2-0 at Stamford Bridge on Tuesday to secure their place in the quarterfinals for the eighth time in 11 seasons with a 3-1 aggregate win.
The draw for the last eight will be made at UEFA headquarters in Switzerland on Friday, and Hazard is prepared for a tough challenge -- including a possible meeting with his boyhood favourites Paris Saint-Germain.
He told RMC: "They're a big team -- they're gobbling up everyone in Ligue 1. In the Champions League, it's the same thing. The real tests are going to start. They're a very good team.
"I don't know why all French people would like us to play PSG. It doesn't matter who we get, they'll be tough matches."
Though Jose Mourinho's men will find themselves in heavyweight company, Hazard feels the 2012 European champions can be confident about their prospects.
He added: "Chelsea has experience of these games, so we'll perhaps get a favourable draw."