Manchester United's manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer on Sunday, April 21 admitted he is not sure whether the team's players care enough to play for the club after Manchester United were thrashed 4-0 at the hands of Everton.
"I don't know, I don't know. You have to got to ask them, I have asked them. You are not going to get the answer from me. But if you want to play at this club it has to mean more," goal.com quoted Solskjaer as saying.
"I want them to be the hardest working team. That's what we were, under Sir Alex Ferguson. You ran more than anyone every single week, a shift up and down that pitch for your teammates, and we have to stick together as a team," he added.
Solskjaer saw Manchester United suffering their sixth defeat in the last eight matches, but he opined that the club needs to stick together to change the fortunes of the team.
"We have to stick together as a team. We can't change the whole squad but it's one step at a time. I am going to be successful here and there are players that won't be part of that successful team, but there are many that do we have it," Solskjaer said.
The manager offered his apologies to the travelling United fans before turning his attention to the upcoming week as the club gears on to take both Manchester City and Chelsea.
"The fans were unbelievable again and they never, ever moaned at our players which they could have. They have been supportive and I am sure they will be on Wednesday, April 24, night," Solsksjaer said.
Manchester United next takes on Manchester City on Thursday, April 25