Sports Transfer update: Javier Hernandez vows to prove his worth at Real Madrid

Javier Hernandez has vowed to prove that Carlo Ancelotti was right after joining Real Madrid on a one 1-year loan deal from Manchester United.

The Mexico international has struggled to pin down a regular spot in the starting eleven at Real Madrid and has now joined Real in search of more minutes on the pitch.

Hernandez, who described his move to the Bernabeu as a 'dream come true' said he is keen to get started and prove his worth at his new club and insists he doesn't feel pressure in following in the footsteps of compatriot Hugo Sanchez, who won five league titles in the seven years he spent at the club.

"I am delighted to be here and grateful to Real Madrid for giving me this chance. I will do everything I can to help the team. Playing for Real Madrid is a dream come true. Everybody in the world knows Real Madrid," Hernandez said at a press conference.

"Hugo Sanchez had a great career here, but I want to do my own thing and make a name for myself. I will give my all to repay Madrid for the confidence shown in me. I want to win titles with Madrid.

"A big team cannot rely on one player. You need a team to be successful. And out of all the big clubs in the world, Real Madrid are the biggest."


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