Javier Hernandez is untroubled by his difficult second season with Manchester United.
The Mexican striker scored 20 goals in his debut campaign following his £7million capture from Guadalajara in the summer of 2010 but has notched just six goals in 21 appearances this time around.
He suffered concussion on the club’s pre-season tour of America, before picking up an ankle complaint.
Hernandez was on the substitutes’ bench for Sunday’s FA Cup victory over Manchester City, and is in contention to start in this weekend’s Old Trafford showdown with strugglers Bolton Wanderers.
United are 9/1 with bookmaker to beat Owen Coyle’s side 4-0, with Hernandez 3/1 to open the scoring.
Hernandez insists: “I have had more injuries this season than last year but I am still enjoying it. I am still learning and working hard, trying to improve day by day.”