Javier Hernandez believes the team spirit at Manchester United has helped him begin to make an impact since his summer move to Old Trafford.
Hernandez hit both goals as United won 2-0 at Stoke in the Barclays Premier League on Sunday. The Mexico international will look to continue his good form in the Carling Cup tonight when Wolves visit Old Trafford.
The 22-year-old will be bidding to keep United on course in their defence of the trophy and could be joined by Michael Owen who is poised to return following a groin injury.
"The most important thing is that there are no heroes - it's all about the effort of the team and my goals are down to my team-mates," said Hernandez.
"They have trust in me, and also the staff. It's an unbelievable opportunity for me to play with the biggest team in the world, Manchester United. I'm working hard because I want to stay here a long time and win lots of trophies."
He added: "I'm happy and I always say that the goals are all part of the team. It is a game about the team. We play with 11 and there are also seven waiting, it doesn't matter who scores."