Javier Hernandez seems to have taken over the role of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer as Manchester United's super-sub.
The Mexican has an ability to change the game in a matter of minutes, and has dug United out of dreadful situations in the past.
The 25-year-old said this week that he may seek a move away from Old Trafford if his first team opportunities continue to be limited.
Hernandez has finished in double figures for goals in each of his first three Premier League seasons, since a move from his hometown club Guadalajara in 2010.
But with Holland star striker Robin Van Persie and England man Wayne Rooney as the club's main two strikers, the 'little pea' has found it difficult to get match time this season.
Nevertheless, United manager David Moyes looks set to exploit tired defenders with the use of Hernandez this season, and he could prove to be a key asset to a struggling United side as they look to retain their Premier League title.
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