Mexico international insists that he intends to remain at Old Trafford and win many more titles to repay his debt to the boss who offered him a chance to ply his trade in Europe
The 23-year-old was plying his trade for Mexican club Guadalajara when the Red Devils swooped for his services in a £7 million move last year.
The forward hit the ground running at Old Trafford as he scored 20 goals in all competitions in his first season at the club, even replacing prolific Dimitar Berbatov in the starting line-up towards the end of the campaign.
The Mexico international has recently been linked with a move to Real Madrid, but the player insists that he intends to remain with United and repay the debt he believes is owed to Ferguson.
"I'm very motivated after a great season with United," Hernandez said in The Sun.
"From now on I'll owe a great debt to Sir Alex for bringing me to Europe.
"My dream has not changed. I want to win many titles to give back to the team that opened the doors for me."
Hernandez started in the 3-1 Champions League final defeat to Barcelona at Wembley.