Victor Lindelof insists Manchester United players are doing everything in their power to end their poor form under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and get their season back on track.
Solskjaer is under immense pressure at Old Trafford after a shaky start to the new season which has witnessed humiliating home defeats against Liverpool and Man City in successive matches.
Lindelof, 27, featured in both of those defeats as well as the home loss against Aston Villa and he openly admits United have struggled to match their expectations in matches this season.
When asked about the players’ confidence in the manager Lindelof refused to be drawn on Solskjaer’s future and instead urged his teammates to work even harder in order to end their slump.
“When you play for United, there will always be a lot of media coverage. It goes up and down in football,” he told reporters while away on international duty.
“We have performed very well in football as well. If you get some bad results, clearly a lot is written. Internally, we’re just trying to work hard and try to reverse the bad results.
“We have not got the results and performed as we wish. It hasn’t been the best possible, but that’s the way it is in football. It’s about coming back and working harder.”