Former Manchester United star, Phil Neville, has revealed his opinion on the Red Devils in the midst of their helpless type of results up until this point this season.
Manchester United have dropped four points in their last two Premier League fixtures and they were taken out of the FA Cup by Middlesbrough recently.
Ralf Rangnick’s side at present protest the fifth situation on the Premier League table with 40 points from 24 games.
Their possibilities fitting the bill for the Champions League is as of now in peril as West Ham, Arsenal, Wolves and Tottenham are additionally trying for the Premier League top-four position.
However, Neville accepts it will require some investment for Man United to make progress.
According to him, there is ‘no heavenly right to succeed’ at Man United and the club should show restraint.
Neville told Sportsmail: “What I always think about Manchester United, there is no divine right to win. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer left the club in better shape. They are still producing young players, they are still the biggest club in England, they are just not getting success.”
He added: “Liverpool weren’t getting success. It’s something people are just going to have to accept. And it will take time