Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is considering giving Mason Greenwood a more prominent role at Manchester United following their slow start to the season, according to reports.
United opened the new Premier League campaign with a 4-0 victory over Chelsea at Old Trafford but since then they have not registered a win as they were held by Wolves and Southampton and beaten at home by Crystal Palace.
Solskjaer is light on attacking options having allowed both Alexis Sanchez and Romelu Lukaku to leave the club last month.
Greenwood, meanwhile, has played just 47 minutes of football across four substitute appearances this term, while both Marcus Rashford and Anthony Martial have been played in the No.9 role for United.
But according to The Independent, Solskjaer is now giving serious thought to handing Greenwood an extended run in the side.
Earlier this week, reports claimed that Solskjaer is becoming increasingly irritated by Rashford and Martial over their performances as Uniteds leading striker.
Its understood that Solskjaer is unhappy with the movement of Rashford and Martial and is demanding that the pair score more poacher-style goals.