The winger was in scintillating form last month, scoring five goals in four Premier League matches to take his tally to seven goals for the season, a PL high.
His form has also been crucial to Chelsea's superb start under Maurizio Sarri.
"It's a good feeling. It's always a good feeling when you win something," Hazard said. "We had a great month, we had good results, I scored lots of goals.
"Now we just need to keep doing this, keep scoring goals and try to win games, and at the end try to win a trophy."
The Belgian, who was presented with his award by three participants from Chelsea Foundation's Girls-Only Football Academy programme, will be in action against Manchester United in the 12:30 BST kick-off at Stamford Bridge on Saturday.