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Premier League: 15 players who should stay put in January (6)

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Javier Hernandez - Everyone's favourite super-sub, Mexican striker Hernandez looks as if he is becoming increasingly frustrated with a lack of starts at Old Trafford.

However, one can certainly sympathise with Manchester United boss David Moyes - what is one to do with two superstar talents such as Robin van Persie and Wayne Rooney in the ranks? 

Hernandez is a valuable option to have on the bench and United should do all they possibly can to convince him to stay.

Shinji Kagawa - Japanese international Kagawa - who arrived in the Premier League from Borussia Dortmund last summer - has largely flattered to deceive in a Manchester United shirt thus far.

However, I do not believe that either player or club should give up just yet, and certainly not in the middle of the season - particularly given United's lack of creativity in the middle of the park.

Wilfried Zaha - An absolute menace to mediocre Championship full-backs for Crystal Palace, England international Zaha has yet to make any sort of durable impact at Manchester United. 

With many tipping him to leave the club on a temporary basis in January, I believe his talent - coupled with Moyes' lack of alternative wide options - will demand a Premier League start sooner rather than later.

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Juan Mata
Premier League
Shinji Kagawa
Jermain Defoe
Javier Hernandez

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