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Tuesday, December 20, 2011

Manchester United's Chicharito hails teammate Danny Welbeck’s flying start to the season

The Mexico international is impressed with the young Englishman’s improvement since his arrival at Old Trafford and optimistic about the team's hopes of a 20th league title

EPL :Javier Hernandez, Everton v Manchester United
Javier Hernandez Chicharito And Park Ji Sung
Javier Hernandez has praised teammate Danny Welbeck’s excellent start to the season and believes Manchester United’s young stars will play a key role in the club’s quest for a record 20th league title.

Having enjoyed a productive loan spell with Sunderland last term, Welbeck has made a blistering start to the current campaign at Old Trafford, bagging five goals and catching the eye with his searing pace and tireless work rate.

Hernandez, who made a similarly revelatory impact for United last season, admitted he has been impressed by the dramatic improvement his teammate has made since making his senior debut three years ago.

“Yes, I’d seen [Welbeck] play quite a few times, and not only last year when he was on loan at Sunderland,” the Mexican told Inside United.

“I remember when I was in Mexico and I was watching Manchester United on television – Danny was just starting to come into the team and be given a few chances.

“You could see he had a lot of potential then, and was improving all the time. He was a good prospect then and now he’s even better. He’s had a great start to the season.”

With the likes of Welbeck, Tom Cleverley and Phil Jones now in the ranks, 'Chicharito' is confident about United’s chances of securing a record 20th league title under the noses of bitter local rivals Manchester City.

“I’m sure we can do it,” he added. “We have a lot of young players who are hungry to do well, and that helps inspire the rest of the squad.

“They may have been here for many years and won a lot of trophies, but they still have a lot of desire.

“I think we have a good mix of youth and experience, and that will be very important for us.”


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