Striker, Romelu Lukaku, believes his recent goal drought at Manchester United resulted from the club not playing at the level they did at the start of the English Premier League season.
The 24-year-old has scored seven goals from 11 league games but has failed to find the net in the last four.
United, who have lost two of their last three matches; have dropped to second in the table, eight points below runaway leaders Manchester City.
Lukaku struck a brace for Belgium in Friday’s 3-3 draw in the friendly against Mexico.
He has gone on to say he hoped to regain his scoring touch to help his club catch up with the leaders.
He said: “We started by blowing teams away, being dominant and creating chances. But in the last few weeks, we didn’t play at the same level and that made it more difficult for me.
“That’s the sort of thing you have to go through in the season. But now there are players coming back from injury and hopefully we can deliver performances even better than at the start of the season. We can create more chances and goals.”
Lukaku said the return of striker, Zlatan Ibrahimovic, from injury will motivate him to do even better.
The Swede is currently working his way towards regaining full fitness after suffering a knee injury last season.
He said: “It motivates me really because he’s another good player to add to the squad. When you face a team like us, it’s difficult for opponents.
“Ibrahimovic coming back will help us to chase Manchester City (in the title race).”
Lukaku’s brace in Brussels took his international tally to 30 goals to match Bernard Voorhoof and Paul van Himst.
He can overtake them when Belgium face Japan in a friendly on Tuesday.
He added: “I feel great. I was born to score. I don’t think many strikers of my generation have as many goals as me. I am like a leopard in the box.”