Javier Hernandez is in scintillating form for Bayer Leverkusen, scoring 17 goals in all competitions for his new club.
Despite being left out on numerous occasions under both Moyes and van Gaal, Hernandez believes his “time at Manchester United was good”.
The Mexican stated that he “had an incredible start with many opportunities” and is “totally grateful towards Ferguson” for such chances. Heaping praise on the United legend, he also said that he is “the best manager in history” and that he “opened the doors to Europe”.
Hernandez’s hat-trick last weekend.
‘Little Pea’ then hinted that he left United “because of a lack of opportunities”. One would tend to agree with Leverkusen’s no.7 after being handed just two starts, and two substitute appearances under the current United manager. Indeed, last weekend’s ‘hat-trick hero’ further implied a distaste for Moyes and van Gaal when saying that Ferguson understood that a “player cannot finish a season with only 15 games”.