"Henrik played for Barcelona and went back to Helsingborgs for family and other reasons, so I would have thought that is extremely unlikely.
"He is due to go back in the middle of March and we haven't really discussed that yet as we are focusing on the next few weeks and we will see what happens.
"I think it is a bit early. You can never say never and we will go through that nearer the time with Henrik and the club.
"I know for a fact Alex, Carlos and all the players are very impressed with him in terms of what he can do, his attitude and how he has fitted in and we want great players at the club."
From the Sunday People:
Henrik Larsson will make the decision on his Manchester United future and not Helsingborgs.
The 35-year-old Swedish striker is officially a United player until March 12 - then he's meant to return to Sweden.
But it's becoming clear Larsson is moving towards wanting to stay after an impressive start - if boss Sir Alex Ferguson wants to extend the loan spell until the end of the season. Fergie said: "Henrik has been fantastic."