Following a fourth consecutive match without victory, Manchester United stars were back in training on Wednesday as their desperate search to regain form continues.
The likes of Romelu Lukaku, Marcus Rashford and Luke Shaw all cast a glum look as they drove into Carrington for their usual morning training session following a tepid display in drawing 0-0 with Valencia the previous night.
The result has put further pressure on manager Jose Mouinho, who despite having also fallen out with key members of his squad has received support from Marouane Fellaini.
Romelu Lukaku arrives in his 4x4 Mercedes for Manchester United training on Wednesday
Like Lukaku, Rashford played the full 90 minutes against Valencia on Tuesday evening
A downbeat looking Luke Shaw arrived in his black Range Rover ahead of training
Fellaini has backed Mourinho and revealed that the Manchester United players formed a huddle on the pitch before facing Valencia as a show of support for their embattled manager.
A goalless draw in the Champions League on Tuesday night failed to quell fierce speculation over Mourinho's future with boos breaking out at the final whistle.
The build-up to the game had been dominated by talk of whether Mourinho had lost the dressing-room. He admitted that some of his players cared more than others and reminded them in his programme notes that 'the crest on the chest is more important than the name on the back of the shirt'.
Asked whose idea it was to form a huddle before kick-off, Fellaini said: