Manchester United manager, Erik ten Hag, has claimed that levels have “dropped” at the club this season.
United welcome Brentford on Saturday following a run of seven defeats from their last nine games, including the last two at home.
Another defeat at Old Trafford would make it three straight losses at home for the first time since October 1962.
“We dropped levels and we fight against it so we have to get back to those levels.
“There are reasons for it but still it’s not acceptable and we have to fight against it. Every team we put out has to be on one page and the routines are not always there.
“They have a good foundation in the way they play, keep the foundation, support each other and we will do better,” Ten Hag told a news conference on Friday.