Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is convinced the club is headed in the right direction, despite early season slip-ups.
United dropped points for the third game running at St. Mary's after they were held to a 1-1 draw by Southampton, with fans starting to get worried over the club's form.
Ole Gunnar is however adamant they will be hitting the ground soon enough.
“Well you want to have a foundation to build on,” Solskjaer said while speaking to Talksport.
“The thing is; if we keep getting battered and chances and chances and chances, then there is loads of work to be done.
“But we are on the right track; we are not conceding many chances. Palace had two last week, scored two. Southampton had one 10-second period where they could have scored and we conceded so the concern isn’t the amount of chances we are conceding,"
“The concern is that they are very efficient and they score. We are on the right track, definitely. But if you look at the last three games, there’s not many points we have won,"
“But those three games were better than the first one, which we won. So, sometimes you have got to look behind the results,"
United started the season in emphatic fashion, thumping Chelsea 4-0, before drawing 1-1 against Wolves in their second.
They then lost the third match 2-1 at home to Crystal Palace, before their draw at Southampton on Saturday.