Romelu Lukaku has no desire to leave Inter any time soon, and his first thought is towards defending the Scudetto next season.

This according to today’s print edition of Rome-based newspaper Corriere dello Sport, who report that the Belgian has spoken to new Inter manager Simone Inzaghi, and has made his stance clear.

Despite the departure of Antonio Conte as head coach, a manager who got the best out out of Lukaku over the past two seasons, the player is excited to test himself under Inzaghi, and has already begun planning with the new Nerazzurri boss, targeting the same standard and trophy haul as last season.

The Belgian will now enjoy some much-needed rest after he exited the Euros with his country in a 2-1 quarterfinal defeat, with the 28-year-old impressing despite the ultimately disappointing end.

Nerazzurri fans will be pleased to hear that the striker feels this way, with continuity in one of the most important areas of the squad looking to be settled, and one of the outstanding players for Inter and in Serie A of the past two seasons committed and ready to get to work.