Manchester United have endured one of their worst starts ever to a season, currently languishing in eighth spot and far away from their customary position at the head of the table.
Though scoring goals have not been a problem for the Red Devils, it can be argued that Javier 'Chicharito' Hernandez has contributed to that end with several important goals. T
he Mexican bagged the match winner in their last league game against Stoke City after coming off the bench in the 68th minute, helping to complete a 3-2 turaround victory from 2-1 down.
After then grabbing a brace in the Capital One Cup against Norwich as he made the starting line-up, the majority of Goal Singapore readers believe the striker should be given more starts, instead of cameo performances.
An overwhelming 76.9% of voters indicated that 'Chicharito' deserves to play more often, with the remaining voters thinking he should come off the bench instead due to his track record of acting as a super-sub.
However, if David Moyes does decide to reward Hernandez with more game time, he will have to solve the conundrum of how to fit in star striking duo Robin van Persie and Wayne Rooney as well.