Wayne Rooney is looking forward to partnering Javier Hernandez in Man Utd's clash against Bolton.
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Wayne Rooney is looking forward to partnering Javier Hernandez in Manchester United's Premier League clash against Bolton.
Fit-again Hernandez could be given the nod by Sir Alex Ferguson this weekend with Danny Welbeck sidelined with a hamstring strain.
The Mexico international took England's top flight by storm last year in his debut campaign with a remarkable 13 league goals.
Rooney believes the 23-year-old can repeat his heroics of last term despite the fact that he will no longer be an unknown quantity.
"I'm looking forward to him doing the same, if not scoring more goals for us, this season," Rooney told MUTV
"Of course people know about him now but, if you look at all the top players around the world, people know how they play and it's still difficult to stop them.
"His movement is so good it's difficult to defend against. It won't be easy for players to defend against him whether they know about him or not.
"It's great to have a lad who has just come into the team, who speaks good English and is always smiling."