The Belgian has been prolific in front of goal this season with 16 goals from 25 league appearances and admits his on-field successes come from hours of revision and planning

Everton striker Romelu Lukaku believes he has become a clinical goalscorer because he extensively studies opponents before coming up against them.

The Belgian, who has already secured two big money moves in his career despite being only 22, currently sits second in the Premier League goalscoring charts with 16 from 25 games.

And the former Chelsea player says he spends a great deal of time analysing his own game and that of his opponents, insisting he can predict what defenders are going to do when he comes up against them.

"There is a company in France which films all my games and makes clips of every action that I made on the pitch," Lukaku told the Telegraph.

"They make clips of every other player as well. Defenders from other teams and strikers throughout Europe.