Radamel Falcao has featured sparingly this season, causing questions to be raised over his future.
The Colombian striker has endured a frustrating campaign at Old Trafford as he bids to prove himself while on a season-long loan.
Injuries have restricted his playing time, and his apparent lack of form prompted boss Louis van Gaal to leave him out of the first-team squad altogether for the recent 1-0 defeat to Southampton.
So far this season, Falcao has started just a mere eight Premier League matches, scoring three goals with his last strike coming in the New Year’s Day draw at Stoke City.
Despite his frustrations, fellow summer signing Rojo states that his South American compatriot remains content at Old Trafford and that controversial decisions by the boss will be accepted by the players.
"In the dressing room we don't talk about it,” Rojo was quoted as saying by the Daily Star.
“It is a decision from the manager. If he decides that you should be out, we just have to accept it and continue working to return to the line-up.”
"Falcao played very well against QPR. He is happy. He is a great professional and is working very hard since the first day he arrived to the club."
As reported by the Daily Star, the Red Devils can make Falcao’s loan switch to Old Trafford permanent at the end of the season for a fee in the region of £44 million.