Everton loanee knows that parent club will decide his next move.
Chelsea striker Romelu Lukaku has admitted that the club have his future in their hands and will likely decide his next move, according to Sky Sports.
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The Belgian international has spent the season on loan at Everton, where he has excelled himself once again by bagging 13 goals in 29 appearances at Goodison Park.
The 20-year-old is relaxed over what his future may hold as he heads to the world Cup this summer to take on Russia, South Korea and Algeria in Group H, knowing full well that a strong showing at this summer’s tournament will only serve to put him in the shop window.
When asked about his future, Lukaku told Het Nieuwsblad: “We’ll see at the end of the season. I’m focusing on my performances at Everton.
“I still have a contract until 2016 at Chelsea and I think they’re happy about the way I’m developing.
“They have the last word, so we shall see what’s happening next.”
Lukaku has yet to score a goal for Chelsea, despite an impressive year with West Bromwich Albion last term has been followed by another with Everton this time around.
Lukaku has developed under Roberto Martinez, playing more as a target-man, but also demonstrating his skill on the ball when given opportunities to do so.
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