Javier Hernandez admits the 2011/12 campaign has been 'difficult' on a personal level, but says he is not a victim of 'second-season syndrome'.
The Mexican striker was a revelation for Manchester United last term, in what was his first season in English football.
It was always going to be difficult for him to replicate those achievements, with the bar having been set so high.
Hernandez has found the going a little tougher this time around, but he has still netted nine times in 14 starts.
The 23-year-old is more than happy with that return and insists he will continue to do all he can to improve all aspects of his game.
"In my mind I've only one aim and that is to always improve," Hernandez told The People.
"Maybe people have their opinion of me and how I am doing this season.
"The second term at a new club can always be tough but while I am still scoring, I am happy.
"It's been a difficult campaign because I have had some injuries that have disrupted my rhythm but now I am fit again and feel fresh for the important part of the season coming up.
"I try to learn all the time from the coaches and players at United because, here, you can never stop. I am working hard to improve and I know there is more to come from me.
"That is why I always give everything. I have always said I am ready to give the gaffer everything whether I am on the pitch for one minute or 90 minutes."