Manchester United striker Javier Hernandez has praised the impact of the club's young guns and thinks the future looks bright at Old Trafford.
The Mexican hitman is considered one of the older members of the squad, while the likes of David de Gea, Chris Smalling and Tom Cleverley make their mark on the first team.
Hernandez, who is 23-years-old, was an instant success during his first season in England, bagging 20 goals in the process, and thinks that Sir Alex Ferguson's side are almost perfect.
Speaking to MUTV he said: "Many of our players are between 19 and 21 years of age, then me, Evans and Ando are 23 so we feel older.
"The younger players run a little more and want to show why they are in the team, and that can only be good for us.
"But it's great because there are other players here with lots of experience too."
Hernandez is working his way back to full fitness after a summer which saw him star for Mexico in the CONCACAF Gold Cup and suffer with a mystery illness.
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