Everton's Belgian striker is clearly the bogeyman of Sam Allardyce's side after his last minute winner on Saturday.
In what was a superb performance by the young forward, Lukaku scored the winner in injury time to give Everton a 2-1 win, having set up Leon Osman's equaliser earlier in the match.
Lukaku netted the opener in the reverse fixture, again a 2-1 win, and also scored in an FA Cup third round draw earlier in January, as well as in the replay.
It was Lukaku's 20th of the season, and his 10th in the Premier League, making it his best ever Premier League campaign since arriving in England three years ago.
In fact, if he scores once more it will be the 22-year-old's best ever goalscoring season, as he is currently level with the 20 goals he managed for Anderlecht in 2011.
But it is his record against West Ham which is particularly impressive, and considering his sensational display at Upton Park on Saturday, the Belgium international must surely wish he could play against the Hammers every week.