Javier Hernandez, 28, has shown his fans just how gruesome his recent hand injury is.
The Little Pea, as he is known, suffered a fracture to his hand during the pre-season, after he fell down some stairs in his home.
The Mexican had surgery last week, and took to social media to show off the full extent of the injury.
He has a scar that starts off from the bottom of his fourth finger till the end of his hand.
Together with the picture, Hernandez posted the following message:
“Surgery went well, I had a domestic accident, I fell down the stairs, as you probably already know!
“But thank god the surgery went perfect and now I have to work so that in approximately 2 weeks I can be back on the field, which is what I am desperate for!!! Big Hug!”
An injury to the hand won’t hinder the Mexican too much, but, as he mentioned, it will be at least two weeks until we can see him back on the pitch.
Chicharito, who played in Manchester for almost six years, seems to have finally found a club that will give him a proper chance in the first team squad.
The Mexican International has made over 40 appearances for Bayer Leverkusen and scored a total of 27 goals.
He began his career in Mexico and signed for the Red Devils in 2010, after the United scouts followed him for almost 6 months.
Under Sir Alex Ferguson, the ‘Little Pea’ became one of the most feared strikers in the Premier League due to his incredible poaching skills. Javier was often played on as a substitute and scored last-minute winners.
Last year, Louis Van Gaal sold Hernandez to the Bundesliga side Leverkusen, following a loan spell with Spanish giants Real Madrid.