Manchester United striker, Romelu Lukaku seems to have jumpstart his form back with the Red Devils.
The Belgian International, who joined the Red Devils last summer from Everton, has been impressive for Manchester United in his first ten Premier League games, scoring in every one of them in his first three months with the club.
Since then, the Belgian has repeatedly struggled for form as he failed to find the back of the net he was used to. But the former Everton forward may have just return to form, as he has bagged himself 3 goals in 5 games in 2018.
Speaking on MUFC Tv, Lukaku said:
“It’s started really well. I think I started really well but then I had a setback for about two months where I didn’t play well. But, like the rest of the team, I’ve started 2018 really well so we have to keep going, keep working hard, improve and get results.”
“It’s a situation where obviously I’m a striker first so I think about scoring goals, but sometimes there were moments where I was doing much more for the team, things which would benefit the team, so that’s the most important thing.’
“The team comes first and I think I had to find the right balance between sometimes going for myself and sometimes helping the team. I think I found the right click and it’s going to benefit the team even more.”
“I’ve always been a goal scorer since I was a kid, so I never knew anything else. But, when you play for Manchester United, you know that the team comes first and, for me, it was also an important thing for me to come here because I wanted to play for trophies and fight for trophies and we’re still doing it. So that’s the most important thing and I’m scoring goals along the way, so it’s good.”
The Belgian finished last season with an impressive stat for former club Everton, as he bagged 26 goals in all appearances for the club, which triggered the transfer to Old Trafford in the summer of 2017.