Following Manchester United's 4-2 defeat to Leicester City in the Premier League on Saturday, manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has admitted that he will have to make some difficult decisions.
After a disheartening loss at the King Power Stadium, the Red Devils have now lost three of their past five matches in all competitions, with only one win in the process.
Solskjaer has conceded that the club is not in the best of form at the moment, and the Norwegian has stated that he will consider making changes to his squad in order to get through this difficult period.
"When you look at the game after, the four goals we conceded were poor. The way we played we don't deserve to continue that (away unbeaten) run," Solskjaer told reporters.
"I pick the team, Harry Maguire showed no reaction and I hold my hand up if that does not work out. If we concede four, I probably made a bad decision.
"Lately we have not been in great form, lost too many points and that is something we have to look at. We might have to change, do we need more legs in there? What do we need?
"Over the international break we have had a good look to see what has gone wrong lately but we need to look at the whole setup and balance of the team and maybe something has to give."
Man United will play Atalanta BC in the Champions League on Wednesday before hosting arch-rivals Liverpool at Old Trafford next weekend in the Premier League.