Manchester United manager David Moyes admits he doesn’t know what his side have to do to win following the Red Devil’s 2-1 loss to Stoke City on Saturday.
United dominated large portions of the match, but a brace from Charlie Adam handed Stoke the surprise win.
Moyes, though, is not making any excuses and says his side only have themselves to blame for not taking their chances in front of goal.
“I don't know what we have to do to win. We played well today,” said Moyes.
“We lost to a wicked deflection from a free-kick and a wonder of a strike.
“The amount of opportunities and chances we created, we should have won the game.
“We only have ourselves to blame for not taking those chances, but I thought it was a good performance.”
United suffered set-backs in the match with both Jonny Evans and Phil Jones leaving the field injured, but Moyes said it did not disrupt their play.
“We lost two centre-halves, which happens sometimes in football,” added Moyes.
“But I don't think it changed the game as we kept going and doing the right things.
“Phil Jones looks like concussion, and has had a head scan, and Jonny Evans looks like he has a calf strain.”