Javier Hernandez feels he has plenty of work to do before he can be compared to legendary Manchester United sharp-shooter Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
The Norwegian hit-man has returned home to begin his management career with Molde, having left behind a mountain of happy memories, top of which is that injury-time winner in the 1999 Champions League final.
Yet, already, it seems Hernandez is being regarded with similar affection and following his late header at West Brom, Sir Alex Ferguson admitted there was something of Solskjaer in the Mexican new-boy.
But the man himself shrugs off such accolades, saying: "It is great motivation for me when people say these things but I would say no.
"I need to work a lot to be like him."