Manchester United will continue to back current manager Louis van Gaal even if they get knocked out of the Champions League, Express reports.
The club have come under heavy criticism from the fans following their 0-0 draw with West Ham United at the weekend.
United have now registered four goalless draws from their previous six home fixtures, a run that could now see them miss out on qualification into the latter stages of the Champions League.
They travel to face Wolfsburg and must come away from the match with a win in order to ensure progression into the next round.
If they fail to pick up all three points, they will have to instead rely on the result of the PSV Eindhoven versus CSKA Moscow match.
However, despite the outcome of their midweek clash, Van Gaal is expected to remain in charge of the Red Devils until his contract expires in 2017 given his plans to retire from management.