Hernandez keen to extend his stay in the Spanish capital.
Manchester United striker Javier Hernandez is keen to make his loan move to Real Madrid permanent after a positive start to life in La Liga.
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The Mexico international has scored four goals in eight appearances since arriving at the Estadio Santiago Bernabeu and has admitted joining Los Blancos has been a dream come true.
“When I got the opportunity to come to Real Madrid I didn’t hesitate,” Hernandez told ESPN.
“It was the toughest challenge [I was offered] and the one that gave me the least chances [of first-team football], but these are the challenges I like and the ones I’ve worked for all my life. I dreamed of being here.
“I have the talent and I’ll work hard to show I belong at such a great institution. I hope some positive things happen, both to the club and myself.”
The striker known as ‘Chicharito’ was considered surplus to requirements at Old Trafford by manager Louis van Gaal following the arrival of Radamel Falcao on-loan from AS Monaco.
Hernandez had spent four years with the Red Devils up until then, making 154 appearances in all competitions and scoring 59 goals, as well as winning two Premier League titles.
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