Manchester United striker Javier Hernandez has been subject to interest from several European clubs but the Premier League champions have no ambition to part ways with the Mexican international.

Hernandez has played a peripheral role for United since the appointment of David Moyes, making just seven starts in all competitions this term, contributing four goals.

As a result, Hernandez has been linked with a move away from Old Trafford, with Inter Milan most recently mentioned as a potential suitor but United have no plans to part with the World Cup-bound forward.

"I met Manchester United's people about 10 days ago and they confirmed that there has been interest from various European clubs but they don't plan to transfer him," agent Eduardo Hernandez said. "They are aware that his impact has been limited but he will integrate more little by little."

Wayne Rooney, Robin van Persie and Danny Welbeck have been entrusted with leading the line this season for United but the club have largely struggled for goals this term.

Manager Moyes is keen to see United's tally improve over the festive period, starting against West Ham United on Saturday.

"We want goals to come from everybody," said Moyes. "We keep telling them that we need as many goals as we can from all different areas.

"Hopefully you get the majority from your strikers throughout the season but it was good the other night that Ashley got himself a goal and Pat scored himself a really nice goal as well.

"I have never found Old Trafford nervy," he added. "I have not found it that way at all. In fact I have found it the opposite, I think it's a brilliant place to be," the boss added.

"I have found that the support from the crowd is fantastic, and they are right behind the team. Obviously we have got to win and score a few more goals, so we will try and do the best we can."