Manchester United striker Javier Hernandez, also commonly known as Chicharito, has said that he is certainly not worried about the sub role he is having to play at the moment. Javier Hernandez is not the first choice for manager Sir Alex Ferguson at the moment. He has spent some time on the injury table recently, which seems to have brought other players into contention for the same position. Players like Danny Welbeck have emerged as a real alternative for Javier Hernandez. In the last few weeks, for Alex Ferguson has been picking Danny Welbeck more often than not, which has led to a substitute role for Javier Hernandez.
However, the Mexican international, who scored 20 goals last season, has said that he is not worried about the substitute role, as he feels that he will get the opportunities at Manchester United are provided he proves his fitness and form. Despite being a newcomer to the Premier league last season, Javier Hernandez managed to secure 20 goals in all competitions for Manchester United. He was influential in helping Manchester United lift the record 19th Premier league title last season. Javier Hernandez has said that he expects to be back into the first-team fold soon, as he has scored three goals in the last three matches.
“I don’t play any different. If I play one minute, 10 minutes or 90 minutes I try to play the same. My mind is always to do my best and help my team. Every player in every team wants to play as many minutes as possible, but I don’t care if I start or I’m a substitute. I just want to enjoy it. I am living a dream to play for Manchester United,” he told the official website of Manchester United recently.