Defender Wes Brown hailed "new cult hero" Javier Hernandez after his late goal took Manchester United into the Carling Cup quarter-finals.[LNB] Hernandez, who scored twice in the 2-1 Premier League defeat of Stoke on Saturday, netted the winner in Tuesday night's 3-2 success against Wolves at Old Trafford.[LNB]And Brown said afterwards: "He's got a great attitude to the game. He's a player who wants to learn and score goals and is good at it.[LNB]"He tries his hardest and deserved his goal at the end. He's a new cult hero and I'm sure he can keep it going."[LNB]The defender added on Sky Sports: "There were a lot of changes tonight. A few young lads came in... but we're definitely going to try and win this competition again.[LNB]"I think the future is bright, a lot of players who played tonight have not played many games and they've got a lot to prove in the future."[LNB]Team-mate Park Ji-sung added on Hernandez: "He's unbelievable. We saw he's a natural goalscorer - it's good to have 'Chicharito'."[LNB]Sir Alex Ferguson added on Sky Sports: "It was a very open game in the second half, Wolves played very well and it was a really good cup tie."[LNB]On Hernandez, he added: "They tend to build heroes quickly here but he's justifying the praise at the moment.[LNB]"He's very professional, the first out on the training ground and the last one back in every day and he's rightly getting a lot of praise for his goalscoring.[LNB]"When he gets a chance, you know he's going to take it. His touch, control of the ball and vision are improving and that's because the training is intense - we care about it and making sure the players do improve."[LNB]Ferguson believes picking up English is "essential" for a young overseas player to make an impact in England and highlighted the fact Bebe is not as fluent.[LNB]Bebe was also on the scoresheet, opening the scoring with a deflected cross.[LNB]Ferguson added: "He did the right thing and attacked the defender. It was either going to be a good cross or a deflection into the net.[LNB]"I think everyone is very positive. We work hard at producing young players, they're definitely the future of the club."