Manchester striker Romelu Lukaku hopes inevitably crash “the West Brom” from the Premier League proves to be a boon for his old club.
Lukaku enjoyed a prolific loan spell on the pitch in the 2012/13 season, scoring 17 goals in 35 matches of the championship of Russia.
In Belgium faced the world reunion with West Brom at old Trafford, live on sky sports Premier League on Sunday when Manchester United could push the baggies closer to the drop.
West Brom went into the weekend on 10 points from safety and seemingly destined for the championship sky bet, but Lukaku’s departure says that there will be no end of the world.
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“It’s painful for me because some of these guys are my friends so it’s hard for me to see them in this position”, – he said answering the questions from the club’s TV channel.
“But sometimes it is useful to take a step back and then rebound and learn from it and try to improve it.
“I just hope they don’t go down and what they can learn from the mistakes they made in the off-season or any other.
“I don’t know what their problem was this season, because you only the highlights, so You don’t know what’s going on in their game, but I just hope they will find the key to success in the Premier League.”
The 24-year-old, meanwhile, went from strength to strength after his stay at West Brom enjoying a goal-Laden spell with Everton before joining last summer, “Manchester United” in a deal worth a reported £75m plus add-ons.
Lukaku has scored 26 times in all competitions this season, with his last goal against Swansea at old Trafford bringing up his Premier League century.
“In the Premier League, I started at 19, so I knew that I would be one of those guys that is going to reach 100,” the Belgium international added.
“It’s just a belief that I have in my qualities, but it all starts with the work that I did.
“Hard work eliminates fear. Here’s how I think. So the more I put a lot of work, the more confident I am in certain situations, because I worked for him.
“I know what to do, I know where to do it and nothing to fear. If I fail, it’s not a problem. There is another possibility”.