Mexican international Javier Hernandez, also known as Chicharito, has revealed that he would do anything for Sir Alex Ferguson after the legendary Manchester United manager played a big role in his move to the Premier League in 2010. Sir Alex was also his manager at Manchester United for the majority of his time at the club.
Javier Hernandez talked about the influence that Sir Alex Ferguson had on his career in the first episode of Series 3 as far as the Manchester United podcast is concerned. Ferguson was the man behind the transfer that took Javier Hernandez from Mexican top flight team Chivas to Manchester United in 2010.

Chicharito agreed to join Manchester United a day after he was a guest at the Champions League quarterfinal clash with German Bundesliga giants Bayern Munich in 2010. The Mexican striker went on to score 59 goals in 157 games while he was a Manchester United player.Javier Hernandez, 33, played his part as Manchester United won a record-breaking 19th Premier League title at the end of the 2010/11 season.

Hernandezalso played his part as Manchester United extended their record to 20 titles at the end of the 2012/13 season which was the last campaign for Sir Alex Ferguson at Manchester United before he retired. Manchester United were able to wrestle the Premier League title from the hands of noisy neighbours Manchester City in the last season for Sir Alex at the Theatre of Dreams buoyed by the goals from new striker Robin Van Persie. The Dutchman scored 26 goals in his first season as a Manchester United player on the back of his controversial transfer from North London club Arsenal.
Mexican national team star Javier Hernandez also told the podcast about his difficulty in trying to understand when he called him to state his plans for him if he accepts to sign for the Red Devils.