Ferdinand has won 14 trophies across 11 seasons at Old Trafford, including six domestic titles and a Champions League crown.
The 34-year-old has insisted that any player considering a move away from United, including unsettled striker Wayne Rooney, should think twice about what they would be leaving behind.
He told The Sun: "I don't see where you go better from here. For instance, Cristiano Ronaldo has been ridiculous as a football player individually but has he won more trophies since leaving than what we've won?
"It was his dream to go there, so you have to respect that. But I just look at things in a black and white way. I want to win trophies so why would I leave here?
"It's the history. If you get asked to come to Manchester United, I see it as a no-brainer. I wanted to come because of that history."
Before beginning his 12th campaign with United the centre-back will mark his achievements with a testimonial match against Sevilla at Old Trafford, which will take place on August 9.