Manchester United defender Rio Ferdinand has called on his side to 'stick together'.
The Premier League champions have had a horrendous season so far - with Manchester United currently languishing in seventh spot and out of both domestic competitions.
Manchester United's only hope of winning silverware this season will be in the Champions League, however David Moyes' side faces a tough test against Bundesliga champions Bayern Munich in the next few weeks.
Moyes has been under severe pressure to try to turn Manchester United's season around in recent months, however Ferdinand believes his side can come good under the Scotsman.
Ferdinand took to Twitter to say on Manchester United's recent struggles: "Losing a game is something that I will never enjoy experiencing...sticking together & working hard to right the wrongs is a must."
Moyes will be hoping his side can go into their crucial match against Bayern Munich in buoyant mood by claiming all three points against Aston Villa on Saturday.
Ferdinand, who is out of contract at the end of the season, could be rested for Manchester United's upcoming game at Old Trafford with the Bayern Munich match on the horizon.
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