It is one thing for a manager to make a team better, and it is another thing for him to inject some sort of improvement into every one of his players. Luckily, some managers do both jobs and one of those managers who was widely known for handling the two tasks simultaneously was is former Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson. The former United boss may no longer be in the game but he has continued to be talked about for the remarkable career decisions and successes he enjoyed during his days.

One of the traits he was always known for is signing unknown players and developing them into world-class stars. There are a lot of names on the list of the players he turned into top stars from average players and one of the beneficiaries from that class act is the Red Devil's former striker Javier 'Chicharito' Hernandez.

The Mexican striker, who now plays in the United States Major League Soccer for Los Angeles Galaxy, was recently looking back to when he was a Manchester United player and how he evolved from being an unknown Mexican young lad to becoming one of the go-to strikers under Sir Ferguson. While playing for United, Hernandez had a lot of competition for a starting role as there were quite a couple of attackers in the team at the time.

He would spend most parts of his time at United on the bench but was usually always ready to deliver and that's why he was able to score a lot of goals even while coming off the bench on a lot of occasions. However, while some players would claim that they didn't enjoy their stay at the club because of the bit-part role they played, Hernandez has insisted that he enjoyed his stay at United and that he learned a lot from Sir Alex Ferguson, who made him a better player and person at Old Trafford.