By FOX SPORTS Staff
Hernandez started only his second game for United since the start of the year in the Red Devils' 2-0 win over Stoke last weekend.
The Mexican international has often been overlooked in favour of Robin Van Persie, Danny Welbeck and Wayne Rooney despite the recent dip in form of all three strikers. Van Persie in particular has struggled and only managed to end his ten-game goal drought via a penalty against Tony Pulis' men.
With reports of United having joined the hunt for striker Radamel Falcao, there has been intense speculation that Hernandez could leave the Red Devils in the upcoming transfer window, and the 24-year-old has cast further doubt over his future at the club by admitting he is unhappy at having played so little this season.
"It is frustrating," Hernandez admitted to the Sun.
"All the players in the world want to start every single game, every week. Of course any player wants that.
"I'm happy to be at this club but I'd love more games. My attitude is that even when the gaffer wants me to be on the bench I'm going to do my best.
"I have to respect the club, Manchester United. But of course I would to start more."
And despite seeing his place in the team usurped by Van Persie, Hernandez has defended the former Arsenal player following his dip in form.
"It's part of football," Hernandez added.
"This can happen; sometimes you are scoring a lot of goals and sometimes a few. But we need to keep creating the chances and we will score."
Hernandez also urged his side to learn from their loss to Manchester City two weeks ago and finish the season strongly despite being virtually assured of the Premier League title.
"We are trying to learn about the mistakes from the City game and put them right," Hernandez declared.
"It's important to keep the gap and win it as well as possible. The history and the level of Manchester United, even if you had a 12-point gap and lost three, it would not feel good.
"We want to win every single game."
Hernandez has thus far scored 16 goals for United in all competitions this season.