By Dominic Toner

Everton forward Romelu Lukaku picked up an injury whilst playing for Belgium on Friday.

The Belgian international scored in the 4-0 win against Bosnia but he was forced off the pitch in the 82nd minute.

Lukaku, 23, revealed after the game that he did pick up a knock and he appeared to suffer a thigh problem.

“I felt something but we will see.'” Lukaku told reporters, as quoted by the Echo.

Everton have been in great form at the start of the season and are currently fifth-placed in the Premier League.

Lukaku has been a crucial part of the club’s early success and has scored five goals in his first seven games.

The striker has been a key player for new manager Ronald Koeman and decided to stay at Goodison Park in the summer, despite speculation that he could be leaving the club.

The former Chelsea striker has a great record since he moved to Everton, scoring 66 goals and supplying 24 assists in just 134 appearances.

Lukaku opened his goal scoring account for the season in the third league game against Sunderland and netted an impressive hat-trick.

Everton face a tough trip to league leaders Manchester City after the international break and they will hope Lukaku is passed fit to play.

In other Everton team news, John Aldridge has delivered his verdict on Twitter of the club’s defender after his international performance.