Javier Hernandez is not beating himself up about the 'second-season syndrome' he is enduring at Manchester United.
The Mexican forward was one of the major success stories of last season, proving to be a bargain at £7million as he contributed 20 goals to United capturing their record 19th league title and reaching the Champions League final. However, Hernandez has found life much tougher this term and has not scored in five games since his goal against Newcastle in November.
The 23-year-old told MUTV: "There are different circumstances because I have had more injuries this season, but I am still enjoying it. I am still learning and working hard, trying to improve day by day."
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