Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's winning streak as Manchester United caretaker manager came to an end when his side were held to a draw by Sean Dyche's Burnley at Old Trafford. "It was what we wanted before we began the season, this is a club that needs to win trophies", he explained.
"But we don't. You have to start properly in each game and today we didn't start off well enough to cause Burnley enough problems", he said. Let us know in the comments section below. It's not that we didn't (stay humble) but you have to start strong, you have to be aggressive because they were in the first half.
"We've got to look at, 'Can we win something this year?' And I go into every single game as United manager thinking we can win".
"The danger of winning might be that you think what we've done before gives us the right to start off on 90 per cent".
United's Serbian midfielder Nemanja Matic conceded the performance had not been up to scratch. "The reaction was good, we didn't lose, but we dropped two points".
"It's just disappointing that we didn't manage to hold onto to the 2-0", he said. So we have look into the mirror to see where we made mistakes, to improve as a team then we will be happy again.
"Two of the best players I played with who struggled the most were Diego Forlan and Juan Sebastian Veron, you know those two fantastic players, but when they settled, they performed".
While United could navigate those games without Pogba, Solskjaer will be desperate to make sure he's fighting fit for the visit of Paris Saint-Germain to Old Trafford on February 12th.
He may not get as many goals and assists as Pogba, but he is nevertheless equally as important and even more so when it comes to seeing out games and getting results. The bravery is coming back to the team.
Since the Portuguese coach's sacking, Fellaini has found minutes hard to come by however, with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's opting instead for players capable of kicking the ball and moving at speed.