Manchester United striker has revealed that he draws daily inspiration from Chelsea legend, Didier Drogba.
He made this claim after he was handed the Premier League 100 goals award.
The former Everton striker reached this limestone after scoring a brace against Burnley at the weekend.
The Belgian international is the 28th player to score 100 Premier League goals adding his strikes in United, Everton, Chelsea and West Brim.
Describing Drogba as his mentor, Lukaku reveals that he has been in contact with the former Ivory Coast international through calls.
He expressed his desire to do more by scoring more goals in his club career at the Old Trafford.
The former Chelsea player says the chances are high for him to win as many trophies as possible if he scores more goals for United.
Lukaku reflects on the competition he faces from Manchester City’s Sergio Aguero, Tottenham’s Harry Kane and Liverpool’s Mohamed Salah who are all doing good in fine form.
However, he made it clear that his major concern is to deliver a silverware this season for the Old Trafford fans.
The Jose Mourinho men are currently six points behind league leaders after losing two consecutive games as a result of their slow start of season.