Man United have reportedly received 20 loan enquiries for talented striker James Wilson, according to the Daily Mail.
Wilson has scored four goals in 18 appearances for United, but has yet to feature so far this season under boss Louis Van Gaal.
Despite a reported 20 loan enquiries being lodged, including from Derby who are said to be the latest club interested, United have opted to keep him at Old Trafford thus far.
Having sold Javier Hernandez and Robin Van Persie this summer, as well as allowed Radamel Falcao to find another club, Van Gaal is undoubtedly short of options up front.
That shortage was addressed in part by the £36m signing of French youngster Anthony Martial from Monaco on deadline day, but he remains the only ‘experienced’ striker along with Wayne Rooney in the squad.
Nevertheless, United clearly rate Wilson and have decided that they want to continue his development in Manchester rather than elsewhere, although there is still time for that to change and it could be a mistake if Van Gaal is forced to deal with injuries or a loss of form with his other forwards.