Mexico's coach backed Hernandez
The Mexican forward of Real Madrid, Javier Hernandez has not played in the latest friendly matches of his country Mexico as they faced off with Bolivia and Chile earlier in September and according to the coach of the team Miguel Herrera said that it was due to the player wanting to focus on his club more than anything else.
When the summer transfer window was about to reach its end, Javier Hernandez signed a loan deal with Real Madrid.
After the transfer was officially completed and Hernandez made his arrival to the Santiago Bernabeu, Mexico’s coach has backed and supported the attacker as he said: "I'm pleased because Javier has gone to one of the most important clubs in the world. Before he was at United and now his arrival at Real Madrid is phenomenal. I think that he will see a lot more action with his new club. There is no striker like him. Not anybody can score as many goals in the Premier League from so few minutes as he did. He always does his job."
The future of Javier Hernandez has been settled as he joined Real Madrid on a season long loan deal and Miguel Herrera has also penned a new contract with the head coach of Mexico deciding to renew his current deal with Mexico.
Miguel Herrera originally had penned a deal with Mexico which extends until December but now after a verbal agreement which was completed a few days ago will allow Herrera to be in charge of Mexico at least until the upcoming 2018 World Cup which will be held in Russia.
Mexico had a fairly impressive campaign in the 2014 edition of the World Cup as they claimed victories against Cameroon and Croatia as well as managing to force Brazil to a goalless draw but they were eventually knocked out of the tournament after facing off with Netherlands.