Manchester United has had a lacklustre start to the EPL season and Henrikh Mkhitaryan had moved to reassure the fans and believes better days will come.
The Old Trafford outfit played out a goalless draw against Burnley on Saturday and have now gone four games without a win.
The former Dortmund man has faced his own struggles at the club, having featured in only five games since joining the Red Devils.
But the 27-year-old, seemingly suggesting that he is not seeking an immediate exit from the club, has tweeted to reassure supporters that things will get better this season.
The text, posted on social media site Twitter, read: “Better days will come for us! We march on. One for all and all for one!”