Manchester United have no intention of selling Javier Hernandez in January, despite receiving "good offers" for the Mexican striker, reports Sport Witness.
According to the 25-year-old's agent, Eduardo Hernandez, there have been a number of enquiries from top European club's about the player's availability, all of which have been knocked back by the Premier League champions.
Red Devils boss David Moyes sees Hernandez as an important part of his squad, and doesn't want to see the player leave Old Trafford, despite the fact he still appears to be behind Wayne Rooney, Robin van Persie and Danny Welbeck in the first-team pecking order.
"I spoke with the people at Manchester United some 10 days ago and they confirmed to me that there were interest from other European clubs," explained Eduardo in an interview with Mexican football website MedioTiempo.com. "But that they had no plans to move him on.
"When they told me that there was interest in Javier, we didn't touch on the names of the teams. They told me 'we don't wish to give you the names to not create nervousness or worry'.
"Including this, they told me that there had been offers that were economically good, but that there was no way that they would let him leave."
With just four goals in 12 appearances for Manchester United in 2013/14, it's clear that Hernandez has failed to hit the heights of previous seasons, but still remains a key part of the club's plans moving forward, as they look to defend their Premier League title in the post Sir Alex Ferguson era.