- United have lost five of their first 10 matches of the season in the Premier League
- They have a crucial period coming up with European matches on the horizon
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Ten Hag has come under renewed pressure following back-to-back home defeats at the hands of Manchester City and Newcastle in the space of four days.
But McTominay is in no doubt that Ten Hag can engineer a revival following a poor start to the season that has brought eight defeats in 15 games.
‘There’s more that goes into it when you’re not playing well,’ said the United midfielder. ‘It’s not quite happening at the moment, but I’m 100 per cent sure that the manager can put that into practice and it can come off.
Scott McTominay (pictured) has claimed that Erik ten Hag can '100 per cent' turn Manchester United's fortunes around
Ten Hag (pictured) has overseen the worst start to a season from United in 61 years this term
‘Everyone knows that we’re not in our best period at the minute. We have to stick together, that’s the most important thing. We have another game coming up and potentially in a week’s time the picture could be a little bit different – win in the Champions League and wins in the league.
‘Obviously the fans will hear the generic response of “we’ve got to stick together”, but it’s true. Everyone wants this football club to succeed and we have to pull together and try to be as good with each other as possible in the dressing-room to get those results going our way.
‘I feel like we’ve got more than enough talent in the changing room to do that. But obviously something isn’t quite clicking. That’s up to the manager and the players to fix that, and I’m 100 per cent confident that we will.’
McTominay believes the key to turning the corner will be to block out he external noise and ‘fight like dogs’ to put things right.
‘We have to win, that’s always the thought process,’ he added. ‘Obviously my thoughts are with the fans at the minute because we’re not playing well and it’s difficult for them.
‘They pay their hard-earned money every week to come and watch us, and the least we can do is play well and win football matches.
They have lost five of their first 10 games in the Premier League and two of their three matches in the Champions League
The midfielder said United's players' angers is 'towards themselves and not pleasing the fans'
The Red Devils crashed out of the Carabao Cup on Wednesday evening, losing 3-0 at home to Newcastle in a repeat of last year's final
‘It’s not quite happening at the moment, sometimes that’s football. But I feel like for us in that dressing-room we have to stay tight and keep a clear head, and we can’t get too emotional with everything that surrounds us. We’ve got to block it all out.
‘Everyone has to come together and when the next game comes we have to fight like dogs, that’s the way it’s got to be.
‘I feel like the players feel that whenever we go back inside the dressing-room, the anger is towards ourselves and also the anger is towards not pleasing the fans and giving them what they want.
‘I can assure the fans that’s probably the most important thing in the players’ heads. We want to do it for the people who travel home and away and watch every single game and support us.’
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