As well as many other players that are not enjoying a substantial amount of playing time with their respective clubs, Javier Hernandez and his chance to represent Mexico for the 2014 World Cup are in jeopardy if he decides to remain in Manchester United and not make a move in when the transfer window re-opens in January.

His agent Eduardo Hernandez met with the club's staff earlier this month to discuss Chicharito's future. They confirmed that there has been interest from some European clubs, but that they aren't planning to let him go.

With Robin van Persie, Danny Welbeck and Wayne Rooney at the disposal of David Moyes, he has already stated that he has no desire on signing any forwards anytime soon but the spot of Hernandez is limited to having only a few minutes as a substitute and when any of the other players gets injured.

The head coach of Mexico Miguel Herrera has already stated that he will not consider calling up any player that is not a regular player in their club and with players such as Oribe Peralta, Raul Jimenez and Carlos Vela all wanting to snatch a spot for Mexico, the chances of Javier Hernandez to claim a spot is getting harder each day that passes.

Oribe Peralta proved that he is best Mexican forward currently playing in Liga MX and was even named as the CONCACAF Player of the Year meanwhile Raul Jimenez is a youngster that has appeared for the U-23 squad and was awarded with the CONCACAF Goal of the Year for just some of his brilliant goals and performances that he has displayed.

While those players are receiving accolades and awards for their brilliant performances in their respective clubs, Javier Hernandez on the other hand is just lucky if he can get 90 minutes of playing time in Manchester United.