Manchester United forward, Marcus Rashford, has said it’s not a big deal that the club has struggled to maintain a good form this season.
The Red Devils have since been knocked out of the League Cup and the UEFA Champions League, despite starting well on both stages.
United have also dropped way behind league leaders, Manchester City, after initially being just three points behind them.
But Rashford believes it’s not peculiar to United, and it’s normal for teams to struggle, as he maintained the only thing that matters is that we keep going.
In an interview with Financial Times, the Englishman said, “The mood has been alright. We have dropped a few points in the last games but listen, it is football and sometimes it happens.
“The one thing we have done is stick together as a team and kept fighting until the end of every single game to get points and we have to continue to do that if we want to move back up the table.
“We are pleased to have advanced to the FA Cup quarter-finals and that is an opportunity to win a trophy and get our hands on some silverware because that is what the team deserves, and I believe we are ready to take that next step.”