Chicharito, the Mexican on-loan striker from Manchester United to Real Madrid, dodges questions about his future! The striker finally is displaying a glimpse of goal scoring, as he is back on field from reserve but he isn’t sure about what next!

Chcicha scored twice
Chcicha scored twice as Real destroyed Celta 4-2

Javier Chicharito Hernandez Scored Twice Against Celta Vigo

Javier Hernandez scored twice in Madrid’s 4-2 Sunday victory over Celta Vigo. But when asked about the future, the striker replied

“I don’t want to get into that. I’ll play where God wants me to, I’m living in the present. I’m a Real Madrid player, and I want to enjoy it. I don’t know if I’m going to be here a year or more, it doesn’t depend on me. I’m concentrated on playing the most minutes in the best club in the world.”

 

Actually Chicharito did express his willing for more playing time.  The striker has been looking for a chance to spend more on-field time and told the reporters

“I’ve always said that what I love most is to be on the playing field, whether it’s here or somewhere else. What I want is to answer, to score goals and to enjoy it. There will be good afternoons and others not as good, but I was taught that devote yourself to what’s in your hands.”

The Mexican forward has scored four times, in his last four appearances, after getting a first eleven chance since the season start. Benzema, with his injury let the crack of hope, and Javier Hernandez, surely made the most out of it!

Carlo Ancelotti, though expressed his interest to buy the 26 year old striker the next season. The Real Madrid manager quoted on record

“If Chicharito is like this, is non-negotiable like that of Cristiano, like Benzema, James, Bale, Ramos, Isco, Varane, Pepe, I have a team of players, who are non-negotiable, but only 11 can play and the rest stay on the bench.”

So, we can say, for whatever happens whether Chicharito stays in Madrid or comes back to United, the Mexican would be wanting more playing time, and to be very clinical, with his form lately, a few other clubs should also try him some offers along with a ‘Crucial first 11’ player contract!