Zoran Tosic's agent has rejected reports linking the winger with a move away from Manchester United.
Reports in Holland have suggested Steve McClaren's FC Twente were keen on signing Tosic on loan when the transfer window reopens.
Tosic is well down the pecking order at Old Trafford and has made only one appearance so far this season in the Carling Cup.
The Serbian international joined United from Partizan Belgrade in January 2009 and he is regarded as one very much for the future within the corridors of Old Trafford.
Twente were hoping to lure Tosic to Holland so that he could get regular first-team action ahead of next summer's World Cup.
However, the player's agent, Zoran Pavlovic, says the 22-year-old is happy to fight for his place at United and that he has not been contacted by Twente.
"Zoran is well in Manchester and he is staying at Manchester United," Pavlovic told skysports.com.
"I have had no contact with FC Twente and Zoran is very happy at Manchester.
"He has three years left on his contract and he wants to fight for his place.
"His first option is to stay in Manchester."