Manchester United's Ryan Giggs has hailed striker Javier Hernandez, believing that the young Mexican gives the side a consistent goal threat.
The forward got the scoring under way after just 36 seconds of the Red Devils' 2-1 win over Chelsea on Sunday.
"Twenty goals in his first season is unbelievable," said 37-year-old Giggs.
"You are always in with a chance when you have a goalscorer like Javier in your team. He has made a fantastic impact, on and off the pitch."
Hernandez arrived at United before the World Cup last year from Guadalajara of Mexico for around €7 million, a fee which has looked a bargain this season after 13 league goals and the forging of a promising partnership with Wayne Rooney, with the duo's performances pushing Premier League top scorer Dimitar Berbatov to the bench.
"His English is perfect, which has helped," added Giggs.
"His goal [against Chelsea] just sums up his season.
"Sometimes those chances can come a bit early for you. You are not quite up to speed. Thirty seconds, he gets a chance, he scores. He deserves everything that has been said about him."
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