Lukaku, 28, was an unstoppable force as he shielded the ball, linked play and bullied Arsenal’s defence in the Premier League London derby victory.
The £97.5million club record signing marked his return as a Blue with a sublimely-worked goal before Reece James doubled the lead.
And when asked by the interviewer what he would say to the Emirates fans on the side-lines who were asking him to join the Gunners, Lukaku shut down the request with little sympathy.
Lukaku gave a cheeky smile before saying: “Never, no chance.”
The forward claimed his goal was also the most special he had scored out of his impressive tally of 114 in the Premier League.
He said: “That was the best one for me. You guys know how emotional it was for me today.
“This one is the best of the lot. Obviously it was a tap-in but the build-up for the goal, everything was nice and for me this was the best one.
“It took five minutes for me to understand the movement of my teammates. But I think I asked a lot of questions.
“This group is very, very talented and very hungry as well. For me it was easy to fit in because I’m used to this system with the Belgian national team.”
Lukaku joined the Blues a decade ago where he featured only ten times in the league and was unable to score in the limited opportunities he was given.
He then impressed at Everton by scoring 68 league goals across four seasons along with an additional 28 at Manchester United before making a name for himself at Inter Milan as a world class striker.