31/03/2018 19:04, Report by Michael Plant
Manchester United striker Romelu Lukaku insists he wants to add silverware to go alongside his impressive goalscoring record after reaching a personal milestone in the win over Swansea City.
The Belgian netted his 100th Premier League goal in the 2-0 victory at Old Trafford on Saturday, but says he is focusing on the team’s aims rather than his own personal targets.
“It’s not bad,” Lukaku told MUTV. “But I want to add trophies to the personal stuff. There’s a lot of hard work to be done and I’m enjoying the challenge.
“I don’t like to talk about personal stuff. I’m a team player so I put the team ahead of myself. I’m a striker and I know there are a lot more goals in me, and hopefully I can add a trophy as well to the goals.”
The 24-year-old was pleased with the team’s performance against Swansea, especially with the energetic style in the first half.
“We’ve started our games really well, but today was really dominant from the beginning and that’s how we should play all of the time, with a lot of high-tempo passing and high pressing,” he added. “Today, we showed that we could play with a different playing style and that’s something we should do every game.”
Lukaku was also delighted with the service he received from United’s attacking players, and, in particular, Alexis Sanchez, who scored his second United…