- Both Giggs and Neville have decried Man United's lack of consistency this season
- The Red Devils are currently seventh on the Premier League log as a top four finish look evasive
- Giggs contends that sacking Mourinho would not change anything
Manchester United legends Ryan Giggs and Gary Neville have reflected on the club's current struggles in the Premier League.
The Red Devils fell a staggering 14 points behind league leaders, Manchester City and a top-four finish looks unlikely for the Old Trafford outfit.
United have won less than half of their Premier League fixtures to drop to seventh in the table, aside from enduring mixed results in Europe.
According to a UK Metro report, the lackluster start to their campaign has seen both Giggs and Neville lament about the club's lack of consistency under Jose Mourinho.
The Portuguese tactician has now become a marked man at Old Trafford with a section of fans calling for his sacking.
However, Giggs, who won an impressive 13 league titles during his 24-year spell at United contends sacking Mourinho is not the answer.
"I don’t see why changing the manager at this stage will change anything," Metro quoted the Wales manager.
"Everyone knows what a successful manager he’s been over the years. I believe that bit of stability we’ve not had over the years – we need to stick with him.
"But results also need to change. I think we’ve got the manager, the players to do that," he added.
On his part, Neville decried United's inconsistencies after registering a string of mixed results.
The former England defender, however, praised Mourinho for asserting that United would finish in the top four before the Crystal Palace fixture on Saturday, November 24.
"I think Jose gave the right message before the game saying they will end up in the top four," he said.
"I don’t think it would have been acceptable at the start of the season, and certainly the start of last season, to say the top four is achievable, because he will have wanted to challenge for the title with the money that has been spent. That’s where United need to be," he added.
Following their disappointing barren draw at Old Trafford against Crystal Palace, Mourinho's men will be looking to return to winning ways when they host Swiss side, Young Boys in their Group H clash in the Champions League.