After a sensational debut season at Old Trafford, Javier Hernandez has promised Manchester United fans: there's more to come.
The Mexican striker notched an impressive and, perhaps, unexpected 20 goals during United's title winning campaign having moved to Manchester for a mere £6 million the previous summer.
Hernandez's form was such that towards the end of last season, the 22-year-old relegated Dimitar Berbatov - the top goalscorer in the Barclays Premier League - to the substitute's bench.
'Chicharito' more than repaid the faith of Sir Alex Ferguson, with goals against Everton and Chelsea proving decisive in United's pursuit of a 19th league crown, and the young forward admits he owes a lot to the great Scot.
"I'm not a symbol or an idol, or anything like that. Football is not a sport like golf but a team game. I am very motivated after a great season with Manchester United," said Hernandez.
"From now on I'll owe a great debt to Sir Alex Ferguson for bringing me to Europe. My dream continues and has not changed. I want to win many titles to give back to the team that opened the doors for me."
Hernandez is currently on international duty and further displayed his goalscoring credentials with a hat-trick last weekend in Mexico's 5-0 thrashing of the El Salvador in the Gold Cup.