Everton striker Romelu Lukaku has told the Liverpool Echo that he believes he hasn’t had a bad game all season.
Lukaku has been in blistering form this campaign, and he has scored 13 goals in his first 18 matches for the Toffees.
The Belgian international striker is clearly full of confidence at the moment, and he seems to be flourishing at Goodison Park.
“The public always expects more and I think this season I haven’t played a bad game,” Lukaku said. “I am very satisfied.
“The way I’m playing, I feel like I can score every game. I am now second top scorer, four goals from Vardy, but we’ll see where I end up. I want to continue to develop as I am now. Then I can live up to what the people see in me.”
Lukaku has been a prolific scorer in the Premier League for the last three seasons, but he is looking very dangerous now.
The 22-year-old has shown all of his talents so far this campaign, and his pace and power has caused defences no end of problems.
With Everton also providing Lukaku with lots of chances – thanks to the creative talents of Gerard Deulofeu and Ross Barkley – they are looking like a very dangerous attacking unit.
The Toffees’ next match comes against Crystal Palace this evening, and a win would lift them up to sixth place in the Premier League table.