Vital "He reckons it is vital for his grandson. If he performs well in South Africa then he'll go to England high on confidence ready to tackle his United career. If he has a poor World Cup, then he'd go over to England on a downer. "The press in Mexico are not going that overboard about it, so they are not putting too much pressure on him. He has to learn to cope with it himself and take his granddad's advice." Marshall has monitored Chicharito's progress at Chivas and admits the move to Old Trafford came out of the blue. "Six months ago Chicharito wasn't that famous. He was a virtual unknown," added Tom. "But then he scored eight goals in eight games and got into the Mexican team and it all took off. It was a rapid rise. It took everyone by surprise. "It was in the papers over here that he would probably end up going to Europe but nobody could foresee it would be United he'd end up at. "Once that news broke it was the transfer of the decade. It was unbelievable." So what can United fans getting an early peek at Chicharito at Wembley expect of the South American import? "If I was comparing him to anyone, then I would say he's similar to Ole Gunnar Solskjaer," said Marshall. "He's not a playmaker or someone who will create goals for himself out of nothing. He's not a Wayne Rooney who can change a game on his own. "But if you create chances for Chicharito, then he will put away most opportunities and probably convert a good percentage of the half-chances. "He's a good goal-scorer, very enthusiastic and is quick and sharp. He's even got a baby face like Solskjaer and plays with a smile on his face. I think he's good enough." What are you expecting from Chicharito? Have your say.