Manchester United reportedly intend to keep faith with manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer for the foreseeable future.
Having succumbed to a tame 2-0 defeat at home to neighbours Manchester City at the weekend, United are nine points adrift of Premier League leaders Chelsea.
The manner of that setback, as well as the 5-0 loss to Liverpool, has left Solskjaer frequently having to fend off questions about his longevity at Old Trafford.
Despite a prolonged drop off in form, Sky Sports News claims that United will not make a switch in the dugout over the international break.
While the likes of Norwich City and Aston Villa have sacked their respective managers over the past 48 hours, Solskjaer is likely to guide United against Watford on November 20.
On the back of four wins and six defeats from 12 matches, some of United's first-team squad are said to be unhappy with Solskjaer's efforts on the training pitch.