Manchester United arguably boast the most potent strike force in England this season. Led by two world-class talents in Wayne Rooney and Robin van Persie, the strike force also includes the silky touch of Danny Welbeck, the lethal finishing of Javier (Chicharito) Hernandez and intelligent creativity of Shinji Kagawa.
The acquisition of RvP in August led to the rumors of Chicharito seeking a transfer elsewhere. Rumors flew of Chicharito's discontent at being behind van Persie, Rooney and Welbeck in the pecking order. In addition, he had not replicated his form from his debut season in a 2011-12 season punctuated by injuries and fatigue.
Sir Alex Ferguson put paid to these rumors by extolling the virtues of each member of his strike force. He has insisted that he sees his strike force as akin to the one in 1999, when United swept all comers on their way to the Treble.
While it seems clear that Chicharito is still a big part of United's future plans, there are aspects of his game he needs to work on to get back to the form he showed in his debut season. Here are a few things he could do to achieve this end.