That’s the verdict of Sky Sports pundit and former Red Devils well-known particular person Gary Neville, who says the upcoming fixtures are massive tests for Romelu Lukaku.
United commute to the Emirates on Saturday (5.30pm) off the once more of three immediately wins throughout the Premier League, a run they extended against Watford on Tuesday night time.
And they’ll be decided to triumph over bitter competition Arsenal as they seem to make ground on Pep Guardiola’s table-topping City ahead of next week’s Old Trafford showdown.
United have confirmed off their attacking prowess since Paul Pogba returned from injury – even if Lukaku has failed to shine.
And Neville is longing for the Belgian to get once more on track so his old-fashioned side can do hurt to Arsenal and City.
“I don’t think Jose Mourinho will be worried about Romelu Lukaku’s lack of goals, but I think ultimately he’s got two big games coming up,” Neville instructed Sky Sports.
“He was presented in to score objectives throughout the video video games which United were drawing ultimate season.
“However, it’s throughout the massive suits where they now need him most.
“If there’s a solution to get at Arsenal and Manchester City then it’s by means of in fact going at their defences.
“For a striker, it’s all about your objectives and unfortunately, other folks will at all times measure him by means of that, alternatively transparent of the objectives his contribution must be massive, to mess their centre-halves about.
“He’s had his struggles alternatively in spite of everything that was at all times going to happen one day after his blistering get began, alternatively this can be an important stage of the season where he has to send.
“Lukaku gets further chances created for him alternatively he’s moreover underneath further power, so misses get scrutinised, and rightly so, alternatively the ones are the video video games where he can silence his critics.
“Social media is never a measurement of tangible Manchester United enthusiasts and the enthusiasts throughout the ground.
“At Old Trafford, in opposition to Manchester City, they’re going to be absolutely in the back of him.”