The Anderlecht striker netted 17 goals in 19 Belgian top-flight appearances during the 2012-13 campaign, form which has reportedly attracted the interest of clubs across Europe.

And Lukaku, who made his name with Anderlecht before joining Chelsea, believes Mbokani would fit in perfectly at the Hawthorns - where he himself spent last season on loan.
"Dieu has won titles in Belgium, now it's time for something else," Lukaku said. "West Brom is a good club. They can offer him a new challenge.
"It is sometimes said ย that Dieu must be 'accompanied' but guidance is offered at West Brom by good people."
Lukaku could yet be loaned out again next season, with his role in the Chelsea squad uncertain as the Stamford Bridge outfit await the appointment of a new manager.
The Belgium international is likely to have no shortage of suitors should that be the case, after he scored 17 goals during his temporary stay at West Brom.