Mexico national team boss Miguel Herrera insists he has no problem with his players competing in Major League Soccer.
Despite the intense rivalry between El Tri and the US national team, Herrera would not stop any of his players moving to MLS provided it allowed them to gain regular first team game time.
In an interview with FutbolMLS.com's Tiro Libre Radio, Herrera was quizzed on Manchester United's Real Madrid loanee Javier Hernandez who had recently been linked with MLS sides LA Galaxy and Chicago Fire.
Asked whether it would be a problem for any of his Mexico hopefuls to play in MLS, Herrera suggested it would not faze him as the USA and Canada's top flight is continuing to improve in quality which could suit certain players depending on the given situation.
"That's a decision made only and exclusively by the player and his representatives," said Herrera.
"They should be looking for the best option possible, so long as the player is seeing the field.
"I've always said that MLS is growing, and every day it's much more solid, much stronger and more competitive, so it's an option [for players], but it is they who have to decide in the end."
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