Gary Neville has highlighted one of Manchester United's biggest weaknesses after a sluggish win against West Ham.
The Red Devils made it 13 matches unbeaten under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, going second in the Premier League as a result.
The title might be too far for United, nevertheless, there have been major improvements throughout the season.
Despite getting the win over the Hammers on Sunday night, the Old Trafford side were far from impressive.
And club legend Neville has pinpointed one of his biggest worries for his former side ahead of the rest of the campaign.
He said: "They do struggle to break down teams.
"If you think about how Man City dismantle teams that sit deep against them, Manchester United just aren't capable of that yet.
"It has been something that you can quite obviously see, when they play on the counter attack, even towards the end, they're a lot better.
"They have got to get better at playing against teams that are really sit back in those deep blocks, got 10 men behind the ball.
"That's where the next stage of development for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has got to come from.
"If they don't start doing that better, they won't win this Premier League."
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United take on AC Milan next in the second leg of their Europa League tie and must go and get a result after conceding late in a 1-1 draw.
But the win over West Ham will give some confidence to the side, as Neville explained.
He said: "They won. I think that's the main thing tonight.
"If you think about the week before the Manchester City game; it was always going to be a big week with AC Milan as well. I think Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will be really happy to get two Premier League wins.
"There was a shot at the end of him hugging Kieran McKenna."
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