Moyes dismisses Javier Hernandez exit talks

Manchester United striker Javier Hernandez has hinted that he might be looking for a transfer away from Old Trafford next summer as he searches for more first team opportunities to showcase his talents.

The striker had just twice at the start of the month before being put on as a substitute against Stoke City last weekend and he scored what turned out to be United’s winner in the 82nd minute. He was also given a start against Norwich City last night and he showed David Moyes just what he can offer, scoring twice as United ran out 4-0 winners in the Capital One Cup.

He was seen as an impact player under previous manager Sir Alex Ferguson and albeit not a regular starter under the legendary Scotsman, he was still given enough chances with the starting eleven as well as off the bench to be content and repaid his faith with timely goals as well.

But under Moyes, Javier Hernandez has seen very few opportunities come his way as the former Everton boss preferred the likes of Wayne Rooney and Robin van Persie as well as Danny Welbeck. But with his recent goals coring exploits, Moyes will find it difficult to confine Hernandez to the bench once again and speaking about his striker, the manager stated that he is definitely in his plans and talked about how he is working hard to find the right combination for the Mexican international.

Tottenham Hotspur and Chelsea have already registered their interest in the striker but both Moyes and the United management have ruled out any sale of the striker in the foreseeable future and the way he has popped up with important goals in the last two matches, it is easy to see why Javier Hernandez is valued so much at old Trafford.