The 20-year-old is excited about the prospect of life under Roberto Martinez at Goodison Park and believes he can play even better than he did at West Brom last season.
The Belgium international moved to Goodison Park on a season-long loan on transfer deadline day after being allowed to leave Chelsea to gain more first-team experience. Last season, Lukaku was a fan favorite during a loan stint at West Brom in which he scored 17 Premier League goals for Steve Clarke's side.
Yet the 20-year-old is relishing the opportunity to further his development at Everton under Roberto Martinez and believes he can improve on his 2012-13 performances.
"Still I can improve and that's why I came here - because it's a big club and a team who play at the top of the league," Lukaku told Everton TV. "For me, it's the next step I need, so I have to settle in as quickly as I can and set better standards than I did last year.
"I will work for it and you have to be confident in your abilities, because you always have to improve."
The former Anderlecht forward admits he has set himself a target in terms of goals for the season but has refused to reveal a specific number.
"As a striker, you have to keep yourself to your task and that's scoring goals, but my target is personal," Lukaku said. "Hopefully it will go right this season, but you have to think for the team as well.
"I'm here to help, and hopefully it will be with a lot of goals too."