A large percentage of Manchester United supporters do not believe manager Erik ten Hag has been given the tools he needs to achieve the club's ambitions in the second half of this season.
Out of Europe and the Carabao Cup, United's only realistic hope of winning a trophy this season is in the form of the FA Cup. United discovered on Wednesday night they will face Nottingham Forest at the City Ground in the fifth round later this month.
After finishing as runners-up in the competition last term, United will be hoping to go one better this time around. Meanwhile, they have also strengthened their outside chances of securing Champions League qualification for next season after back-to-back Premier League wins.
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Though neither challenge is impossible, 58 per cent of United supporters who participated in a recent MEN Sport survey do not believe Ten Hag has been given a good enough squad to achieve United's goals. A total of 1,353 people participated in the survey and more than half of them do not believe Ten Hag has the quality he needs.
As a result of that, only 21 per cent of voters believe United will achieve a top-four finish this season. The majority of those who participated in the survey believe the club will finish sixth in the Premier League, with that option earning 33 per cent of the votes.
United failed to add to their squad in the January transfer window, despite Ten Hag being keen to bring in a new striker. The Dutchman cited Financial Fair Play [FFP] limits as the reason for United's failure to recruit a new goal-getter.
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