Javier Hernandez has insisted he is “very happy” at Bayer Leverkusen following his summer move from Manchester United.
Hernandez fell out of favour with Louis van Gaal at Man United and he was eventually shipped out in the final days of the transfer window.
It signalled the end of a frustrating few years for the Mexican, who saw his first-team opportunities limited at United and on loan at Real Madrid.
Hernandez revealed he had to leave United in order to enjoy his football again.
“I’m very happy. I want to get the most out of it,” Hernandez said.
“I’ve signed for three years and I want to learn and enjoy it. Everyone looks for stability in life, but life is also adapt or die. I’m very happy with the changes. Right now I have to adjust and give my all just as I have everywhere I’ve been as well as for my national team.”
Hernandez has netted twice in five games for his new club and looks to be settled in the Bundesliga. United fans were sad to see him go given the fact he was a fans’ favourite at Old Trafford but Anthony Martial has more than filled the void thanks to an excellent start at the club.