Ryan Giggs may be overlooked by the Manchester United board when it comes to appointing a permanent manager, but Javier Hernandez believes it's been a delight to work for the Welsh legend.
The Mexican striker has made two appearances in Giggs' three-game reign, with only one of those being as a starter, but he was full of praise for the interim boss.
Hernandez told MUTV: "It's unbelievable. There are no words to describe him. What's he has done is unbelievable.
"To be at a club for 26 years, to be at a very high level for all those years is incredible. He's helped a lot of young people, just as other people helped him. It's been a privilege to be with him."
And the praise didn't stop their for Giggs, as Hernandez even mentioned him in the same vein as legendary boss Sir Alex Ferguson.
Hernandez said: " I expressed myself when Sir Alex was here - I was a player for Sir Alex Ferguson.
"I'm going to be one of the players for Giggsy. You never know if he's going to stay next year or if we will bring in another manager but, if Giggsy stays or not, it's been unbelievable to play for him. There are not enough words to describe it."
While there's no guarantee that Giggs will still be at Old Trafford next season, Hernandez' future could also lie away from Old Trafford after the striker endured a difficult fourth season in Manchester.
'Chicharito' made just five Premier League starts during David Moyes' reign, and has only managed four league goals, with a further five coming in cup competitions.
That's a stark contrast to his first season in England, when he finished the 2010/11 campaign with 20 goals in all competitions, picking up a Premier League winners medal in the process.
Despite his lack of time on the pitch for United, Hernandez has been included in Mexico's squad for the 2014 World Cup and will hope an impressive display will influence the new boss, whoever he may be.
Should he perform well in Brazil, he's sure to have plenty of offers to move away from United, with Atletico Madrid and Aston Villa both being credited with an interest in him, while his agent has had to play down reports linking the striker with a move to Inter Milan.
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