The decade is about to come to a close, which has created a period of reflection for Inter striker Romelu Lukaku. He went on his Instagram page to recap the past 10 years for him, saying: "from scoring as a 16 year old at the club of my heart Anderlecht and represent my country at 16, Belgium, going to the club I supported as a boy Chelsea, where I learned so much from the players in that dressingroom. West Brom thank you for giving a 19 year old kid the time to play in such a great league where I could realise a dream which is score in the Premier League. Everton, looking back I owe that club so much they gave me a chance and believe at 20 years old and I truly enjoyed my time there. The fans are amazing and it was a pleasure to play for such great club. Manchester United, such a big club. With such great people and amazing fans. I learned a lot from the coaches and mentally the club prepared me for so much that has to come in my career. People can talk a lot of sh*t but in true honesty I have nothing but love for the people involved over there and they know it."
"Representing Belgium at the Fifa World Cup was a great moment and the euro 2016 was nice too. Playing for my country and scoring at those tournaments its such a dope feeling. Inter was a dream of mine when I was a kid all of you guys know I love Adriano as a kid so being here now its a truly blessing we’re doing well but we have to keep giving everything we have. To the fans its an honour to where this shirt and play at san siro