"Inter is the most important thing" - Romelu Lukaku has said that so much in recent months it's almost become his catchphrase. He seems to mean it, though. Despite being relegated to the role of Edin Dzeko's understudy this season, there have been no complaints to the press, no public displays of petulance.
He has instead just focused on getting himself fit, and firing again. Which is exactly what he's done over the past six weeks, putting himself in serious contention to start Saturday's Champions League final in Istanbul.
Inter coach Simone Inzaghi has yet to make a final decision on who will face Manchester City, half-joking that he is racked by "daily doubts" over his team selection. However, as it stands, Dzeko is still expected to line up alongside Lautaro Martinez in attack, which feels like a potentially costly error of judgement.