Firstly, I apologize if this question does not go here or if it is too basic.
I have been studying Japanese for two years and I am at the point that if I see one kanji written somewhere, I have to search it in the dictionary.
This morning I received a parcel with some gifts from my Japanese friends and there it was written ミゲル(?), which is my name (Miguel) and some handwritten kanji that I cannot recognize (only the 木 radical on the left, but I don't find any similar kanji when I search by radical). Maybe it varies too much from handwritten script to computer script.
You can see it in the image below:
I tried to draw it in some mobile app that I have, but maybe my calligraphy is too bad, as it does not produce any result. Could you tell me which kanji it is?
Thank you for your help. I have been all day trying to figure out from which radicals it is composed.