Manchester United will register their lowest number of wins in a Premier League season even if they beat Crystal Palace in their final game on Sunday.
Jose Mournho's side were held to a 0-0 draw at Southampton on Wednesday, meaning they have 17 wins in the top flight to their name this campaign.
They last had fewer wins in a season (16) in 1990-91, two years before the Premier League was formed.
United have drawn 15 league matches in 2016-17, which is the most for the club since 1991-92, with six of those stalemates ending goalless.
The Old Trafford club can finish no higher than sixth this term, although they can follow February's EFL Cup win with Europa League glory if they beat Ajax next Wednesday.
Victory over Ajax would secure Champions League qualification for 2017-18.
I never expected dz performance b4 d start of d season. Mourinho sud sign quality players against next season.
Emmanuel:I never expected dz performance b4 d start of d season. Mourinho sud sign quality players against next season.
hopara1:true talk bros,but all this Mourinho unnecessary gra-gra (mind games,excusses,feilding weak team,critising players openly e.t.c)without delivering the EUL to enable us qualify for next season UCL na wash... It will be a pin in d ass to all faithfull MAN UTD fans,i cant imagine waiting 4 another more year and going to view thursday's match-tufiakwa!