Lukaku, 28, registered the first-ever Blues homegoals of his career as his side picked up aconvincing but difficult 3-0 win in the PremierLeague on Saturday.
“It was a very important win for us, it was aboutfocus and motivation and we showed the will towin from the first minute; I’m happy to win.”
In an even encounter between two attackingsides, ex-Aston Villa legend Gabby Agbonlahorhas praised Serie A’s MVP winner of last seasonfor his quality in taking his first chance of thegame, which gave Chelsea some much-neededcomfort at that stage.
Speaking on talkSPORT, the now pundit has usedhis know-how of what it takes to be a top-qualitystriker for a Premier League club to explain justwhy Marina Granovskaia spent £97.5million onLukaku instead of opting for Werner once againthis season.
“You look at the first goal, I see a top-classstriker,” Agbonlahor said.
Werner may be given an already rare chance toimpress Thomas Tuchel on Tuesday night whenthe west Londoners open up their ChampionsLeague defence at home to Russian outfit ZenitSaint Petersburg.