Brazil midfielder has been linked with a move to Fulham recently.
Out-of-favour Manchester United midfield player Anderson says that he is happy with life at Old Trafford at present and has absolutely no intention whatsoever of leaving the Premier League champions when the winter transfer window opens again for business in the new year, according to reports in the Manchester Evening News.
The occasional Brazil international has recently lost his place in the Red Devils first team after the Premier League champions were on the end of some shock results in the league, with Anderson last seen in a United shirt in their surprise 2-1 home loss to West Bromwich Albion at Old Trafford in September.
However, the midfield player is insistent that he is content in the north west under new United head coach David Moyes and that he is not even thinking about quitting the club at the turn of the year.
Anderson, 25, has been with United since joining the club from Portuguese outfit FC Porto in the summer of 2007 for a whopping transfer fee of £20 million, although it is fair to say that in the intervening six-year period the Brazilian has never truly won a regular starting berth in the Red Devils midfield.
“I have played only two games this season and I tried to do my very best for the team. But it is very hard when you only play a small part now and then,” Anderson told M.E.N Sport.
“But I am not unhappy. I am enjoying it and I know I will be ready whenever the manager picks me.
“I haven’t spoken to David Moyes about my situation because I think I have a good situation at the moment. I love this club and I have been here for over six years.
“I am only 25 years old and I have about seven years football left in me. So I have time on my side and I am happy at Old Trafford.
“I had a lot of injuries last season. I have come back now to help United. I came back in pre-season and felt good and I have been fit now all season.”