Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has had his say on Anthony Martial's poor form this season.
The French forward has only netted two goals in 16 Premier League this season, which has invited widespread criticism in recent weeks.
While some believe Martial should be dropped, Solskjaer has backed his number nine to get back among the goals soon.
"His talent will always take him through. I’ve got no doubt about that whatsoever,” Solskjaer explained. “Yes, he's missed a couple of chances but that happens to everyone," Solskjaer said, as per Goal.
"It’s just being ready when the chance, for example, tomorrow comes. Just be mentally ready. Don’t be frustrated, I've been there myself going through patches when you don't really score goals.
"He keeps practicing in training so we know how good he is and we know he will come good.”
After the surprise defeat to Sheffield United, the Red Devils find themselves in second spot after Manchester City moved top with a 5-0 thrashing of West Bromwich Albion this week.