Manchester United's ‘Chicharito’ reveals secret of his success

Manchester United's Chicharito has revealed the secret of his success as a leading goal scorer, and one of the most effective strikers in the Premier League

Javier Hernandez, 25, has been a revelation since signing for Manchester United for a reported £6m in 2010. He has notched up an impressive 34 Premier League goals in under 90 appearances for the Red Devils and has helped his club to two Premier League titles and a Champions League runners-up medal in 2009.

The Guadalajara born natural finisher has decided to share and reveal the secrets to his success as detailed in website

Number one: enjoy all aspects of the game

‘Enjoy all aspects of the game, giving good passes and good assists. You have to enjoy these moments as much as scoring goals, and never play just to score goals'.

Number two: Don't let bad streaks affect you

‘I don’t get wound up if I don’t score for a couple of games; I don’t think that it’s imperative that I need to score in the next game. These things (goal droughts) sometimes happen in football'.

Number three: The most important is the team

‘The most important aspect is that the team wins. Scoring goals is a part of the work that the strikers do but I train each day to enjoy each pass, shot, assist, movement and of course goals'.

Number four: Hard work

‘Some abilities come to me easier than for others but without doubt you have to work hard to improve. I have always tried to work hard, and it’s not necessarily the case that I was born this way'.

Number five: Working hard for team-mates

‘Every top footballer in the world, including footballers that we have here such as Wayne Rooney and Robin Van Persie, work hard for each other so that so that they can give the best they can'.

The Mexican certainly has made a name for himself over the years and I’m sure that, despite a tricky start to life under new Manchester United boss David Moyes, the ‘little pea’ will go on to play a big part in the future success of Manchester United and that of his national side, ‘El Tri’ Mexico.

Will Chicharito have a big part to play in Manchester United’s season ?

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