Romelu Lukaku is looking at the upcoming three Premier League games of Manchester United as an excellent opportunity to make stronger his chances of being the top scorer of the season in the competition. On Saturday, Wolves visited the Old Trafford ahead of starting his trip to West Ham and a home fixture opposite Newcastle, so in the meantime Lukaku could be the race’s clear leader for the Golden Boots

Lukaku will go into this weekend’s game with four goals in the Premier League, one goal behind the Eden Hazard of Chelsea at the top of the standing, but has not had the completely smooth beginning. He has scored a goal in each of past two league matches of United. He scored both the goals in a win of 2-0 of 2nd September at Burnley and the other one in last in Watford, weekend with the score 2-1 victory.

Still, he faced the accusations of having ‘flat-track bully’ and this is all because of his below par performance and record opposite remaining of big six teams of England. After arriving at the team from Everton in July 2017, Lukaku has made 20 Premier League goals for United since. In all this, only single has come opposite the teams who made up to final top six in the last season at the time when Chelsea were beaten in February at Old Trafford.

Probably, then the fixtures run opposite opponents lower down the table will give an opportunity to boost his goal total. Probably, he might also help by the fact that the two players of Liverpool Tottenham’s Harry Kane and Mohamed Salah are yet to reach at the standards they have created in the last season, meanwhile Sergio Aguero, who has three league goals in his name till date, is to be rotated at Manchester City with Gabriel Jesus.