Manchester United played out a goalless draw against Wolves to leave Ole Gunnar's Solskjaer's side six points from fourth place.
Juan Mata was their brightest spark while debutant Bruno Fernandes showed glimpses of quality, with Conor Coady solid at the back for the visitors.
Sportsmail gives the verdict on both teams from the Saturday evening clash at Old Trafford.
Juan Mata was the brightest player on the pitch as Wolves drew with Manchester United
Manchester United (4-3-3)
DAVID DE GEA 6.5 – Clawed Doherty header from under his bar and blocked Jimenez shot in second half.
AARON WAN-BISSAKA 6.5 – Didn’t get forward as much as he likes. Defensive highlight was tackle on Neto late on.
Despite a strong defensive showing, Aaaron Wan-Bissaka failed to contribute going forwards
VICTOR LINDELOF 7 – Came out on top in his battle with Jimenez and made great interception tackle in first half.
HARRY MAGUIRE 7 – Always there when needed including a fantastic block on Doherty in the dying minutes.
LUKE SHAW 6.5 – Disciplined and dogged in dealing with threat of Traore. Very little got past him.
FRED 6 – Another strong defensive showing but his set-pieces continue to be very hit and miss.
ANDREAS PEREIRA 6 – Tenacious in deeper role. One good chance but fired wide from edge of the box in 18th minute.
JUAN MATA 7.5 – At the heart of United’s best moves. Inches away with a shot in the second half.
BRUNO FERNANDES 7 – New boy showed glimpses of what he will bring to United’s attack, and his cynical side as well.
On his Manchester United debut, Bruno Fernandes demonstrated glimpses of his quality
DAN JAMES 5 – Switched from left flank to right at half-time but continues to struggle for form after such a good start to the season.
ANTHONY MARTIAL 5 – Played with his back to goal too much. Ighalo will be a better target man for United after his loan move.
Anthony Martial endured a disappointing night when fielded on his own up front