Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's position as Manchester United boss will become more clear after the next 10 games.
United dropped down to 15th in the table at the weekend following defeat to Arsenal.
The loss to Arsenal was their third in six Premier League games so far.
It's been a different story in the Champions League with United picking up impressive wins over Paris Saint-Germain and RB Leipzig.
But results in the Premier League haven't been up to scratch and the Norwegian coach face a tough fixture this weekend against Everton heading into the international break.
Glenn Hoddle insists Solskjaer's record throughout his time at the club means nothing if he's unable to build on results soon.
“We're talking about now, football is about today,” he said on Premier League Productions.
“At this moment in time, for the weekend's game, that's going to be a hard game against Everton.
“If they've got all their players back fit, they're flying.
“He under is a bit of pressure.
“I think he's doing a decent job. At times you think he's going to go on and do a fantastic job.
“This is his moment I think. The next 10 games are really going to be telling for him.
“For him and United, they need consistency. That's what they're lacking at the moment.”
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