Manchester United striker Javier Hernandez has hit out at his current club for a lack of “faith” amid interest from Tottenham and Arsenal.

The prolific forward barely featured for the Red Devils last term under David Moyes, and was reduced to a ‘super-sub’ role, which he openly hit out at.

Despite infrequent playing time ‘Chicharito’ made Mexico’s World Cup squad, helping them to book a spot in the last 16 after finishing as runners-up to Brazil in Group A.

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Even though he has shown glimpses of his talent in South America, Hernandez’s future at Old Trafford is far from clear following the arrival of Louis van Gaal, who is already rumoured to be looking to add names to his attacking set-up – which includes Robin van Persie, Wayne Rooney and Danny Welbeck.

Spurs and Arsenal are two teams to have been aligned with the 26-year-old, and the now the player himself has pushed himself one step closer to a move away from United by suggesting that he is far from happy at his current situation:

“This whole year has been very tough. Players need confidence more than anything else, and I’ve been very short of it.” He is quoted by The Express.

“Very few people have shown faith in me over this past year.”

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