Manchester United striker Javier Hernandez has suggested he could leave the Premier League champions in order to play more regularly, ESPN
The Mexico international told a television station in his homeland that he believes he is good enough to start for United, or, he added, for another club in the future. “I strive for that. I am working towards earning a spot as a starter. I know that my performance on the pitch will allow me to achieve that goal someday either here [in Manchester] or elsewhere for any other club,” the 25-year-old said.
Hernandez has started only one Premier League game this season – United’s 2-1 defeat at Old Trafford by West Bromwich Albion – and was subbed off after an hour for Robin van Persie. But Hernandez insists all he needs is a real chance to show David Moyes what he can do. “I just need to be given more opportunities to showcase what I can do, because all of us want to be able to contribute our part so this team can win championships,” Hernandez added.
Signed from Chivas Guadalajara by Sir Alex Ferguson in the summer of 2010, Hernandez has made 124 appearances for United, scoring 51 goals. Many of his outings for United have come as a substitute, however, with the Little Pea making his entrance from the bench on 37 occasions in the Premier League, out of a total 80 league appearances.
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