Manchester United forward Romelu Lukaku has responded to criticism of his recent dip in form and has told his critics to evaluate his performance when he is a finished article.
Lukuka whose move from Everton in the summer cost Manchester United £75m hasn’t scored in his last six matches across all competitions with his last goal coming against Crystal Palace in the Premier League.
Though Lukaku who had opened his United account with a rush of goals- scoring 11 goals in his first 11 games has become the target for the boo boys at Old Trafford and has seen steered the wheel for manager Jose Mourinho’s war of words with the home support.
In an interview with Thierry Henry the forward said;
“I think a lot of people are judging me as the finished article. I’m 24- you can’t judge me as the finished article. I’d rather have a year where I improve, improve, improve rather than going straight to the top and then declining.
“I know I have a lot of talent. I can do a lot of stuff, score goals with my left, right and head. But I want to be a creator- I want to have more assists. I want to make sure when my team is having difficulties they can count on me.
“I’m on the perfect stage and the perfect age. I want to be a winner and take my career to the next level.”