West Ham striker Javier Hernandez admits he asked for a transfer in January.
Denied an exit because of injury to Andy Carroll and Diafra Sakho's departure to Rennes, Hernandez is determined to give his all for David Moyes on the run-in to help keep the club away from the drop zone.
“Yes, it was the case that I wanted to go," said the 29-year-old, who only joined the Hammers in the summer. “Not because I don't like West Ham, but because I need to have minutes on the pitch.
“The World Cup is just around the corner and I want to play. But you can see that, even though my agent says I want to go, I have been doing everything I can in a West Ham shirt to help the team.
“Against Bournemouth I scored a goal, I tried to play pretty well in the Cup [going the full 90 minutes in their loss at Wigan last weekend] and, in the last game, against Crystal Palace, I tried to do my best.
“I am a very professional guy and I want to do that.
“Words can come and go. Your acts are going to speak for themselves. Now that the window is closed I am here and trying to achieve the main goals for the club, which is to be safe from relegation. Then, in the summer, we will see."