Gary Neville feels Manchester United face the prospect of a 'mutiny' should they decide against giving Ole Gunnar Solskjaer the job on a permanent basis.
Following the sacking of Jose Mourinho after defeat to Liverpool in September, United turned to former striker Solskjaer as an interim boss until the end of the season.
His impact has been sensational having got United's bid for a top-four spot back on track and after Sunday's 0-0 draw with Liverpool at Old Trafford, United remain unbeaten domestically since he took over.
Despite suffering three injuries in the first half, United battled against their fierce rivals and were unlucky not to take all three points.
'Three months ago if it was 0-0 at home they would have been singing "attack, attack, attack",' Neville told Sky Sports after the match.