Moreover, a goal from Hernandez gave Real a 1-0 victory over city rivals Atletico Madrid to put Los Blancos into a fifth straight semi-final of the Champions League.
"I have no regrets," he said. "I've given everything I had at Real.
"I'm very proud to have represented this club.
"I went through hard times but also experienced beautiful moments.
"I would be delighted if (new Real Madrid coach Rafa) Benitez called me to say he wanted my services," he said. "But what any player wants is to play.
"If that doesn't happen at United, I will look for a team where I will be given more playing time."