Inter striker Lautaro Martinez has grown as a force in front of goal this season and shown that he can dispatch his chances more regularly, according to Italian media.

This according to today’s print edition of Rome-based newspaper Corriere dello Sport, who highlight the Argentine’s four-goal start to the season and the fact that he looks to have found confidence as a finisher by taking more shots first-time.

Martinez has grown as a player season upon season since joining Inter in the summer of 2018, and he was a regular starter under Antonio Conte last season, with his technical ability and work rate highly valued by the former manager.

The 24-year-old was not, however, as much of a goal threat as his striker partner Romelu Lukaku, with his goal returns still in the double digits but not as high as those of the Belgian.

However, with Lukaku gone more goalscoring burden has fallen on the Argentine’s shoulders, and he appears up to the task, adjusting his style of play to incorporate more goalscoring runs and simple, incisive touches and finishes to keep the Nerazzurri’s attack ticking over in the absence of the Belgian’s eye for goal.