Ex-Manchester United striker Javier Hernandez has disclosed his biggest regret at the club according to the publication from the stables of the Daily Mirror. Chicharito as he's fondly called told popular media platform FourFourTwo that his biggest regret at Old Trafford is that he didn't get a consistent run of games in the team as he pointed out his good record in front of goal in his little time on the pitch. Javier Hernandez talked about his biggest Manchester United regret while he was still at Bayer Leverkusen. According to the Mexican international player, he scored 60 goals in 85 starts in the colours of the Red Devils and that he netted nine times in 12 starts at Real Madrid when he was loaned to the 13-time European Champions. At the time ofthe interview, Javier Hernandez had scored 26 goals in 37 games.

Javier Hernandez became a Manchester United player in 2010 and he made a big impact at the start of his career at the Theatre of Dreams as he scored crucial goals in big games for his new team. He was highly thought of by Sir Alex Ferguson who masterminded his transfer to the Premier League from his native Mexico. Javier Hernandez then saw his role in the Manchester United diminish when Sir Alex Ferguson retired from football management in 2013 shortly after leading the Red Devils to the 2012/13 Premier League title. Ex-Preston and Everton boss David Moyes was the replacement for Sir Alex Ferguson in the Manchester United dugout but he didn't give Javier Hernandez much playing time as he enjoyed under Sir Alex and things went from bad to worse for Chicharito when Dutch tactician Louis VanGaal was appointed the Manchester United manager in the summer of 2014. Things went from bad to worse for him and that led to his loan spell at Real Madrid. Javier Hernandez was sold to Bayer Leverkusen in the German Bundesliga upon his return from Madrid.