The former Everton head coach Roberto Martinez believes that the sky is the limit for the 23 year old Belgium striker Romelu Lukaku.


The Spanish football coach and the current head coach of Belgium international team accolades about the 23 year old youngster and he feels that he can be the world’s best striker.

This season the 23 year old playing some impeccable football this season for his club and he tops the premier league goals scoring charts with 21 goals.

But the 23 year old youngster refused to sign a new deal with his club and he wishes to play for Europe’s elite clubs.

Now the Spaniard manager is working with the 23 year old again with the Belgium international team and believes that sky is the limit for the striker.

He said: "When you work with Rom, you understand he lives for the games. It's all about football in his life. He always wants to do more in training,"

"From a very young age, he had an incredible goalscoring threat. Any footballer that is special at the highest level, has to be outstanding at something.

"Rom is the goalscoring threat. From the age of 21 to 23, he has changed a lot. He wants to improve, he works on hold-up play and using his body. He has been working on his movement in the box.

"He's never lost the outstanding quality of scoring goals.

"At the age of 23, I always believed he had the possibility of becoming the best number nine in world football because he has absolutely everything."

Belgium will play their next match against Greece  on Saturday.