Manchester United new boy, Romelu Lukaku has brushed aside comparisons with Premier league and Chelsea legend, Didier Drogba.
Lukaku, who has been a childhood Chelsea and Drogba fan, joined Manchester United in one of the biggest deals of the summer.
The Belgian striker is expected to set Old Trafford alight this season, as many people claim that he will be the match winner that United have lacked in recent seasons.
Owing to his size and style of play, Lukaku is often compared to Drogba. But the Belgian does not believe that he is similar to the Chelsea legend at all.
“I am different. Drogba is more of a target man, I am a player that has the ball into feet, who runs in behind,” Lukaku said.
“There are physical similarities but we are totally different players.”
“He was at Chelsea, I am at Manchester United. That is the difference.”
Lukaku, who was widely expected to join Chelsea in the summer, has made it clear that he is now a Manchester United man through and through.
He first came to England as a Chelsea player, and was expected to be the second coming of Didier Drogba.
But he did not get much playing time and eventually went on loan to West Brom. At the mid table club, Lukaku scored a bagful of goals, and then moved on to Everton.
It was at Everton that Lukaku truly shone, as he became one of the most lethal strikers in the Premier league.
Now at Manchester United, Lukaku will aim to become one of the best strikers in Europe.