Maybe it's fatigue with all the games we've played, maybe it's a lack of concentration - but certainly it will not go without me dealing with those sort of situations when I get the opportunity to do so.
Martial has started just 11 Premier League games this season, making a total of 19 appearances, yet has seven goals and three assists to his name.
United produced a dominant second-half display at Goodison Park to record their first victory in five matches following goals from Anthony Martial and Jesse Lingard. "I think United would take second now and have to concentrate on keeping hold of that". Jose Mourinho laid into Paul Scholes and branded him a failed pundit as Manchester United got back to winning ways.
Lingard has been regularly involved in the Manchester United first-team squad under Louis van Gaal and Mourinho after earning a reputation for scoring big goals but has lacked consistency.
The Red Devils now have six first team players sidelined through injury and, with fixtures coming thick and fast, Mourinho admitted that it is hard to rotate and give players the required rest.
Jose Mourinho has suggested Paul Scholes' recent criticism of Manchester United's Paul Pogba could be due to jealousy over the amount of money the France global earns. That doesn't all mean we have to be phenomenal.
Mourinho said: "I don't think he [Scholes] comments". "Some people think they have to be at the club but that's a problem I can not solve".
"I hope that if one day he became a coach, he could achieve 25 percent of the success that I have had".
Mourinho added: "It's not Paul's fault that he made much more money than Paul Scholes".
"Paul [Pogba] tries to do his best all the time".
"He gave so much to my club that I only can thank him for that because the prestige of this club is based on people like him, so successful here".
The former United player recently claimed that his application for a job managing United's under-23 team was turned down by the club's management. 50% of that is 12.5 silverware, 25% is around 6.
"I think they'd have to win every game between now and the end of the season, which is virtually impossible, and expect City to lose quite a few games, which also looks pretty unlikely".