Javier Hernandez and David Moyes clashed at Manchester United, but the Mexico forward has no plans on leaving West Ham despite their reunion.
Javier Hernandez has denied reports he has requested to leave West Ham following the appointment of David Moyes as Slaven Bilic's replacement.
The Mexican striker hasn't had the best of returns to the Premier League since joining the Hammers in the summer from Bayer Leverkusen, and stories have surfaced that he is even more disgruntled following the hiring of Moyes.
Don Tachon claimed Chicharito immediately wanted out of the club after the Scot's arrival because the pair apparently didn't have a good working relationship at Manchester United in 2013.
However, the player has denied any truth to that report via the BBC, describing them as 'completely false'.
The club maintain they do not want to sell him and Hernandez tweeted that he is committed to the cause at the London Stadium.
Reports had claimed Hernandez wanted a return to his homeland in the form of the club where he started out at, CD Guadalajara, in order to aid his World Cup bid but it looks like the Mexican is focused on grinding out some better form under Moyes at West Ham.
The former Real Madrid striker has only managed to score four goals in 13 appearances for the Irons so far this season, and had to contend with being played out of position on occasion by Bilic in order to accommodate Andy Carroll or Diafra Sakho.