Javier Hernandez says that he is not sure whether he will remain at the Spanish club

Real Madrid striker Javier Hernandez says that he is not sure whether he will remain at the Spanish club next season.

The Mexican spent the last campaign on loan at the Santiago Bernebeu after failing to get in a first-team action at Manchester United. His spell at Madrid was not a very successful one after the club failed to win any end of season trophies during the campaign. The 27-year-old did not get much first-team opportunities to show his worth. During an entire campaign with the club, he made just seven league starts. In total, he ended the campaign with nine goals from 32 appearances.

This does not seem to even come close to the statistics from his first season at United. Hernandez looked like a 20 goal a season striker before being replaced by Robin van Persie, who was a much bigger name at the time of his arrival. The presence of the Dutchman is thought to be solely responsible for Hernandez being pushed aside at Old Trafford. The presence of Karim Benzema, meanwhile, would have caused a similar starving of first-team opportunities at Madrid. Due to the poor form, it is looking highly unlikely that Madrid will pursue a permanent deal for the striker even after the arrival of Rafa Benitez.

"Of couse it's in my head because it's my future.I do not know where I will go, United, Madrid or anywhere. I'm just enjoying my holiday for now.Ancelotti was my coach but now Benitez is there. He doesn't have to speak to me because I was on loan from Man United.But I am very calm because, thankfully, the last two months at Madrid were very good and showed a lot of things. That gave me a lot of confidence for my future,” said the striker.