Javier Hernandez
Javier Hernández's future is still uncertainGetty Images

Manchester United loanee Javier Hernandez has admitted Real Madrid "are the best team in the world" but he is uncertain whether he will secure a permanent move to the La Liga giants once his loan spell expires this summer.

The Mexico international moved to the Santiago Bernabeu on loan in the summer of 2014 after United manager Louis van Gaal decided to part ways with him and Danny Welbeck following the arrival of Radamel Falcao.

After failing to get regular playing time from Real Madrid manager Carlo Ancelotti during the first part of the campaign, Hernandez was expected to return to Old Trafford at the end of the season.

However his situation at the La Liga giants have radically changed in recent weeks after the striker took advantage of Karim Benzema's recent injury to become the new Real hero, scoring the winner against Atletico Madrid in the Champions League quarter-final and a brace against Celta de Vigo to keep the club's chances of winning La Liga title alive.

Real Madrid were said to have a deadline day agreement with United to sign Hernandez on a permanent deal for €10m (£7.1m, $10.9m) but reports in Spain claimed they have asked Old Trafford officials to postpone it.

Meanwhile, Hernandez has now admitted during an interview with Spanish radio station Cadena Ser that he is happy about his current situation but wants to postpone any talks about his future until the end of the campaign.

"Right now I'm getting to play but I don't know what will happen tomorrow. Maybe tomorrow it will be announced that I am signing for Madrid or going to another club. I'm in the best club in the world and the last thing on my mind is the future; I'm enjoying this moment," Hernandez said.

Even though his situation in La Liga has changed with crucial goals recent reports in England quoted Van Gaal saying Hernandez was still out of his plans. Asked about that, Hernandez said: "I don't know if he said that or not.

"I remember that when I was there an English newspapers printed some comments which I didn't say about a Manchester derby. If he did say that, then that is his opinion and you have to respect that. If not everyone in the world adores Cristiano and Messi, imagine what it's like for those of us who are several steps further down the scale."

Meanwhile, questioned about the differences between the Old Trafford boss and Ancelotti, he said: "Van Gaal likes routines, timetables are always very rigid. He's very strict on discipline.

"Ancelotti is more like [Sir Alex] Ferguson, he's more liberal. Ancelotti has a bit more contact with us and he is more relaxed."