Manchester United midfielder has returned to his old school in Spain and met many students and ex-teachers in another example of why he continues to win fans over at Old Trafford.
Since arriving in 2014, Herrera has cemented himself a place in the starting line up and has also become heavily loved by the Man United faithful who have consistently seen the passion in him. His latest return to his school shows his unwillingness to forget the place that he grew up in.
Moments like his stunning volley against Yeovil Town in the FA Cup were followed by fist pumps as he pushed his head into the traveling United supporters, full of passion.
This is yet another display of how Herrera has remained down to earth despite jumping straight into the limelight following a brilliant rise in form over the Christmas period.
It was a pleasure to come back to my school and to be able to share time with students and my ex teachers, great memories // fue un placer volver a mi colegio y poder compartir un rato con los alumnos y mis ex profesores , grandes recuerdos #jesuitas
Since the beginning of 2015, he has turned into one of the Premier League’s most consistent midfielders, making 17 appearances out of a possible 19 and scoring four times.
More performances like his incredible two goals against Aston Villa will continue to win over United fans but trips like these back to roots show his genuineness and make everyone at Old Trafford love the Spaniard.