Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has insisted everything is on the right track despite the poor start to the season endured so far.
The legendary Norwegian’s side are currently sitting in eight place after winning one match, drawing twice and losing once.
The win came in the first match of the season as United thumped Chelsea 4-0 but it’s been downhill ever since.
Solskjaer’s men drew against Wolves in a disappointing manner while they shockingly lost to Crystal Palace at home.
The Red Devils then drew against 10-man Southampton with fans’ frustrations continuing to grow with more difficult teams yet to be faced.
According to Manchester Evening News, Solskjaer said: “Both Anthony and Marcus played, I don’t know how many games, and have had so many years in this football club and this team. And I expect them to be leading stars.
“Dan James coming in, we don’t expect him to score every game he stars and Mason [Greenwood] today was unlucky. We’re on the right track.”
Solskjaer had also defended his players after the draw with Southampton, claiming that their form hasn’t dipped and instead the results have.
What he meant was Manchester United have been putting in good performances but simply haven’t gotten the results they deserve which in and of itself is rather debatable.
Nonetheless, the club’s already angry fanbase probably won’t hold out for much longer if the players don’t grab a win after the international break.
Solskjaer couldn’t have asked for a better time to regroup himself and his players so hopefully they don’t pick up where they left off.