Javier Hernandez speaks of his respect for current manager of Manchester United, Louis Van Gaal.

The striker has been impressive for the club the Red Devils boss sold him to.

LVG sold the 27-year old striker to Bayern Leverkusen despite his decent performance for the team, even ahead of other players.

“He is a really good manager to be honest.

“He has his own ways like all the mangers in the world.
“You will not find the new Sir Alex Ferguson in the next 50 or 100 years because he was unique. He was special,” the Leverkusen skipper told Sky Sports News HQ.

The player who is being linked with a move from the German side has left the door open on his future. Chicharito as fondly called has 16 goals in 25 league appearances for the Bundesliga outfit this season. Even with four games left, the club is poised to qualify automatically for the UEFA Champions League having overtaken Hertha Berlin.

“Van Gaal can do it but in football, time and results are going to speak about if he is the main man or if he is not,” he added.

Manchester United striker Anthony Martial is the League top scorer for the Red Devils with eight goals, Rooney is next with seven. Hernandez’s goals for Leverkusen exceed that of both players combined, even though Rooney has been out for two months.

On why he left the club, the diminutive striker said: “He [LVG] just told me that my chances to play would be very had. I appreciate that he was very honest since the beginning. When I left, he told me my chances and my opportunities were going to be less because his main striker was going to be Wayne Rooney.”