Sir Alex hopeful on Hernandez

Sir Alex Ferguson is hopeful that Mexico striker Javier Hernandez is feeling like he is contributing at Manchester United.

Last Updated: 22/04/13 at 19:32 Post Comment

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The 24-year-old has started just seven league games this season, scoring eight goals - although he has started a further 13 matches in other competitions which have resulted in another eight goals.

And Ferguson is hopeful that Hernandez is happy at the club - despite his lack of league action.

"I hope he [Hernandez] feels he has made a contribution because we all feel he has done that," Ferguson is quoted by the Daily Telegraph.

"He has scored me 16 goals this season, his enthusiasm is always there and there is no reason to think that this isn't the place for him."

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