Manchester United striker Romelu Lukaku has disclosed how his conversations with manager Jose Mourinho has clarified his role at the club.
After scoring 27 goals last season, Lukaku has struggled in front of goal this term. But the Belgian striker has now scored in two games in a row and says his conversations with Mourinho set him straight.
“I think I just need to keep working hard. Me and the manager had good conversations in the last couple of days, where really he told me what he wanted from me,” Lukaku told Sky Sports.
“I know from my side I have to do better, and I just keep looking forward and improving, trying to add into my game and help the team to win.
“Not enough intensity. I played with not enough aggression, I think.
“[Against Fulham] I think I played with intensity like everybody else did. For me, I was happy to play at a decent level again and now it’s all about improving and continuing on a consistent basis.”