United’s boss Jose Mourinho dropped his third points of the season after Jao Moutinho’s strike ensured that visiting Wolves earned a draw at the Old Trafford on Saturday afternoon. The Portuguese tactician who replaced Louis Van Gaal in the summer of 2016 has struggled to get the Manchester club going in the current season as inconsistencies have marred their performance.

Mourinho was tasked to compete for the League title with Liverpool, Manchester City and Chelsea but recent indications shows that the clubs are way out of the club’s league.

Mourinho have stated that the current form of Chelsea and Liverpool who have both enjoy beautiful starts to the league will likely reduce the chances of competing for the league.

Mourinho, in a press conference after a disappointing draw with Wolverampton on Saturday said:“You see the level of the teams – you see the Liverpool squad, City squad, Chelsea squad, Tottenham squad, Arsenal improving. “It’s going to be difficult. “I am not saying that we are going to have more points than last season because last season we collected a very acceptable number of points.”

Mourinho turns attention to Carabao cup in the mid-week where Manchester United lurks horns with Championship side Derby County, as he seeks redemption and response.