Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has responded to calls for him to step down after his club's loss to Liverpool on Sunday.
Jurgen Klopp's men piled more misery on the Norwegian as his side thrashed the Red Devils 5-0 at Old Trafford on Sunday evening.
Solskjaer has since insisted he and his team have come too far for him to walk away after the tough start to the season, which has now left them eight points behind league leaders Chelsea.
"That fourth goal is when you go into half-time with having to score one every 15 minutes. I know these boys are capable of it. But the fourth – that was probably game over," Solskjaer said, as per the Daily Mirror.
"You can look at last season when we lost to Spurs 6-1, but this is worse, miles worse. This is miles worse for me as a Manchester lad. I've just got to say we have to get over this as quickly as we can.
"I have come too far, we have come too far as a group. We are too close to give up now. It is going to be a difficult one. The players will be low but there's loads of characters there.
"We know we are rock bottom, we can't feel any worse than this. Let's see where we take it."
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