Manchester United midfielder, Paul Pogba, has named his colleague Romelu Lukaku, as the "best striker in the Premier League".
Lukaku finished his objective dry spell which kept going seven club diversions a weekend ago, as United beat Newcastle 4-1 at Old Trafford.
The Belgium global scored in a similar diversion Pogba made his rebound from damage.
It was his eighth objective in 12 Premier League amusements. In any case, he is just second to Liverpool's Mohamed Salah in the scoring diagrams who leads with nine.
Alvaro Morata, Sergio Aguero, Gabriel Jesus, Harry Kane and Lukaku all sit joint second with a similar count.
"It feels great when you return and Romelu scores once more? I like that, I like that," Pogba revealed to BBC Sport.
"No. We have a considerable measure of good players, a great deal of gifted players. We need to believe each other.
"Romelu is the best striker in the Premier League. We know his quality. We know everything. We don't stress over him. Furthermore, toward the end, we see the outcome."