United goal machine Chicharito is back in training and looking forward to getting back amongst the goals according the latest reports.
The Mail notes:
‘To help United win the 19th title and become the most successful club in England was brilliant,’ said the 23-year-old.
‘It was better than anything I could have expected and I enjoyed it a lot.
‘But that is in the past now. The thing I learnt from team-mates like Ryan Giggs and Paul Scholes is to keep winning. Their mentality is all about winning.
‘I have won one Premier League. Now I want to win another.’
My head is good,’ said Hernandez, who will be again reduced to the role of spectator for United’s opening home league game against Tottenham this evening. ‘I feel better now.
‘It was a header but the ball moved a little bit and I didn’t head it well.
‘I went back to the hotel and had dinner but I started feeling bad. I went to my room to rest but I had to call the doctor and they took me to hospital.
‘I have been training with the team for three or four days but I don’t know when I will be back in the squad. I always say they are the decisions for the manager. Only he can answer that.’
Hernandez is sticking with a lifelong pledge not to make targets for himself even though Ferguson has suggested 30 might not be unrealistic.
Instead, he just wants to play his part in repelling rivals for United’s status as England’s No 1.
‘I have never set myself targets,’ he said. ‘I simply play football.’
‘My goals are the consequence of what my team-mates do. We are just the lucky ones who work closer to the goal and get the headlines.
Although it’s the same cliche we used to hear about Paul Scholes, Chicharito returning from injury will be like a new signing, as United have such a string strikeforce, even the likes of top scorer Dimitar Berbatov could struggle for games.