Lukaku although in a fine form is believed not yet in his best form compared to what he did in Italy before returning to England
Chelsea succeeded in re-signing Romelu Lukaku who netted a second debut goal against Arsenal.
The player’s influence in Chelsea’s attacking line can be clearly seen considering how much changes has shown.
His ability to hold off defenders while making space for his fellow attackers is something so special about him but Belgium Manager, Roberto Martinez believes the striker is yet to give what he gives for Belgium.
With 68 goals in 100 games for Belgium, Lukaku is a familiar face in the Devil’s National squad.
Speaking about the player’s return to Chelsea, Martinez said; “Lukaku is really happy at Chelsea, during the national games, I saw how happy he looked when he returned.
“It’s sad we didn’t get to the final but we managed to come this close, maybe next time we will do better.
“He has high hopes at Chelsea and returning, I see he has a very high spirit cause he wants to score goals for the club.
“Chelsea have quality players very much attackers and that gives Lukaku a big boost and the team too.
“I see Mount as a very good player, likewise Timo Werner, he did great for Germany and his confidence will be high when he returns to Chelsea.
“With players like Timo and Mount aligning with Lukaku, they can achieve great things. The other players are great too. Havertz, Ziyech and alot. Chelsea have a lot to choose from.