How to solve a problem like Tottenham's?
Despite spending £26m on one of Spain's best strikers, they still can't find the back of the net.
They need to sign a new striker in January and Javier Hernandez would be the perfect addition.
The Mexican striker has impressed whenever given the chance to do so at Old Trafford. The problem is those chances have been few and far between.
Hernandez has the ability to be one of the world's best strikers but will never be given the platform to reach that level at Manchester United - they just seem hellbent on keeping him on the bench.
Moving to Tottenham will be the perfect stepping stone for him to get to the top of world football. He'll play week in and week out, grabbing goals for fun.
However, David Moyes will know exactly how talented the Mexican is and won't want to sell him at all, not least to a potential rival for the Premier League title.
Until Hernandez kicks up a fuss and hands in a transfer request, he'll be going nowhere.