Marcus Rashford admitted Manchester Unitedâ€™s performance was â€˜just not good enoughâ€™ after Saturdayâ€™s sobering 4-2 defeat to Leicester City.
The England forward marked his return to the United squad with a goal which looked to have got the away side out of trouble having levelled the scores with eight minutes remaining.
But a crazy finish at the King Power Stadium followed, with United shipping two goals in the closing stages as they were carved open by the rampant hosts.
The defeat - which extended Unitedâ€™s winless run in the Premier League to three matches - ramped up the pressure further on Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, whose side face Liverpool, Tottenham, Manchester City, Chelsea and Arsenal in five of the next six league games.
Taking to social media afterwards, Rashford said: â€œNot the result we wanted on my return. Happy to get the goal but the performance as a whole was just not good enough today.
â€œIt felt great to be back but we have to rebound from this. Iâ€™m looking forward to getting back on the scoresheet so all eyes are now on Wednesday.â€
Paul Pogba, meanwhile, thinks something needs to change if United are to keep their title hopes alive.
â€œYeah, I think itâ€™s all of us. We need to find something, we need to change something," Pogba told SkySports.
â€œItâ€™s the mindset of all of us, the players when we start. We really donâ€™t know, itâ€™s frustrating because itâ€™s something that we donâ€™t understand and we have to find it out very fast.
"Because if we want to compete and, if we want to win the title, then itâ€™s those games that you have to win even though that they are very hard, even if they are away, we need to find the right mentality, the right tactics to win those games.
"Thatâ€™s my thoughts. We have to stick together and find the problem.â€
Nemanja Matic, who partnered Pogba in midfield, told MUTV: â€œOf course we are disappointed. Everyone is sad, everyone has their head down at the moment.
â€œBut when you play for Manchester United, if you donâ€™t win the game of course youâ€™re disappointed.
â€œWe have to stick together, analyse this game as soon as possible and think about the next one against a very good side in Atalanta, which will also be hard.
â€œWe are very disappointed but I think in the future we will show weâ€™re much better than this.â€