David Moyes' job is not under threat and Manchester United officials have not even broached the subject of his future, according to the Daily Star.
A poor season for the Premier League champions so far has seen the club's share price drop by a massive £300million and while the club's owners, the Glazer family, are not impressed, the report claims there has been no discussion over the future of Sir Alex Ferguson's successor.
This week saw further humiliation for Manchester United as they were dumped out of the Capital One Cup at the semi-final stage by struggling Sunderland.
On the brink of elimination after a David de Gea howler in injury time, Javier Hernandez responded to make it 2-1 just a minute later and take ti to extra time.
The home side wasted a few chances to finish off the tie and went out after missing four out of five penalties in an embarrassing shoot-out performance.
A League Cup final against rivals Manchester City would have provided some chance of a silver lining to what has been a relatively miserable season so far for Manchester United fans, seeing them drop to seventh in the defence of their Premier League title.
However, things may be about to turn around, as Moyes is reportedly on the verge of securing the £37million signing of Chelsea playmaker Juan Mata.
Player of the Year for the previous two seasons at Stamford Bridge, Mata has fallen out of favour with manager Jose Mourinho this season and will go some way to curing the creativity ills that have been blighting Manchester United this season.