Manchester United striker Javier Hernandez dropped a big exit hint regarding his Manchester United future at the weekend - has he stoked the flames again just days later?
Hernandez retweeted a SkySports article with an interview from Mexican teammate Carlos Vela, where the former Arsenal man stated the player should move on from United for more first team football.
It prompted David Moyes in his pre-game press conference in midweek to address the player's future, stating:
"We need Javier Hernandez; he's very good for us, he's scored a lot of goals over the last few years and continues to do so, so we'll continue to use him."
He started against Sociedad but it was the exception rather than the rule, and can be expected to drop to the bench for the crunch visit of Arsenal in the Premier League on Sunday.
He will have met up with Vela after the game against Sociedad on Tuesday, and no doubt discussed his future privately.
So 24 hours on, what should we make of the latest cryptic retweet from the striker, about stepping out of his comfort zone... followed by a thumbs up from the striker.
“@yehudaberg: Don’t be afraid to get a little uncomfortable. Outside of your comfort zone is where the miracles exist.”— Chicharito Hernandez (@CH14_) November 6, 2013
An exit hint? What do you think?