Romelu Lukaku feels that he always knew that Inter Milan would end up winning the 2020-21 Serie A title in the end.

Speaking in a “One For All” interview on Amazon Prime Video, via FCInterNews, the 30-year-old Belgian also reflected on how he feels about his career and his place at the Nerazzurri.

Current Chelsea-owned star Lukaku was a vital player for Inter as they won the Serie A title in the 2020-21 season.

The Belgian led the Nerazzurri for both goals and assists as they won the Scudetto for the first time in eleven years.

Lukaku was obviously a very important player on the pitch for Inter that season. He was also important in the dressing room, and in a symbolic sense.

The Belgian’s energy and belief were infectious for that team.

Even now, Lukaku seems to bring that same quality with him to Inter. Nerazzurri President Steven Zhang has admitted that Lukaku was the one player who always believed completely seriously that the team could reach the Champions League final.

Romelu Lukaku Always Believed Inter Milan Would Win Serie A Title

Former Everton and Manchester United striker Lukaku looked back, “I still remember the first day I signed for Inter.”

“When I landed, I remember the people, the weather, the food…” he recalled. “My family felt good here. That was everything for me.”

“I just felt good here.”

“If we hadn’t won anything, no trophies, I would have been very disappointed,” Lukaku admitted. “That was it. It was a motivation to win.”

“Losing out on the title in my first season here was very bitter,” the Belgian continued.

“But I can’t stand still, I have to keep going.”

“Then we became champions,” he said of the 2020-21 campaign. “Ok, I knew we would be champions from day one.”

Lukaku explained that “My workouts then were… Motivated. I felt motivated.”

“I felt I’d reached the next level, and that would help me through the entire season.”

“And then when it happened I thought, ‘We did it.'”

“‘Romelu, you really did it.'”

“And then everything stopped, and then everything started from there,” the 30-year-old recalled.

“Sometimes in life you can be an entrepreneur, a doctor, an artist, but there’s always that moment, that song, that day,” Lukaku mused. “Everyone always hopes for that moment in their life. That moment where you think, ‘I’m where I want to be.'”

“For me that was where I thought, ‘Ok, I did it.'”

“And I showed my emotions on the pitch for the first time,” Lukaku said of the Serie A title celebrations. “I had a feeling of pure joy. I was delighted.”