The Mexico international fell down the pecking order following Robin van Persie’s arrival, with Sir Alex Ferguson preferring the Dutch striker, Wayne Rooney and Danny Welbeck.
The 25-year-old scored 10 top-flight goals in just nine Premier League starts as his contribution to United’s title-winning campaign was limited.
But Hernández’s representative is adamant the forward is happy at United, who appointed David Moyes as Ferguson’s successor in May.
“He is very happy at Manchester United. Javier has been there three years and has won the league twice. Not many can say they have achieved that,” the striker’s agent said.
Last month, Hernández, who scored twice in Mexico’s 2-2 draw with Nigeria on Saturday, admitted he was thrilled to have played under Ferguson.
“When I retire it will be satisfying to say that I was one of Alex Ferguson’s boys,” added Hernández.
“But it’s more than an anecdote for me. I see it as an achievement and a blessing. “It’s a source of pride to say I was with one of the best coaches in history.
“Something that impresses me is that he never lost his competitiveness.
“In spite of everything he won he continues to be hungry. He’s a winner.”
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