Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson admits he's planning to unearth more players like bargain buy Javier Hernandez in 2012. Chicharito has been a revelation since his arrival last year from Chivas.
"It's down to good scouting," said Ferguson. "We're quite good at these things and we're doing not bad. There's a couple of players at the moment we're looking at who could be the same type as Hernandez, you know, so we do well at that.
"In the modern-day game, it's obvious where the top players are now because there's less and less of them.
"If you make a bad buy, sometimes the scouts have done work on it and you've maybe only seen them a couple of times, then that responsibility will lie on your shoulders very heavily.
"We've made a couple of bad buys ourselves over the years but, in the main, we've done alright."