Nemanja Matic says Manchester United will return to form after the international break, having suffered back-to-back defeats to Arsenal and Wolves.
United lost their league game under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer when they were beaten 2-0 at The Emirates last weekend, before exiting the FA Cup with a 2-1 defeat at Wolves in the quarter-finals on Saturday.
Serbian midfielder Matic insists the international break has come at a good time for the club, who will use the break to analyse their failings.
“We will analyse this game to see where we made mistakes and see what we can do better,” Matic told manunited.com.
“I am sure the manager will turn this situation around and we will do better. I want Ole to stay. He is a great manager, very positive.
“After the international break we will see. The first game back after a break is always difficult, especially for a team who has so many players away in the national teams. Almost everybody at United is on duty.
“We spoke after the game against Wolves and said we have to be focused for the next one and stick together and get into the top four which is the main target for us.
“We have to give our best now to reach the top four. We cannot let it go like this.
“We are not happy with the game [against Wolves]. We will analyse everything. There is a lot to play for. We have eight games to play in the Premier League and we are fighting for the top four. We have the Champions League as well.