With plenty of under performing players in the side, and players too good to be sitting on the bench or in the stands week in week out,I take a look at who should be in the Starting XI for Mourinho's side.

Goalkeeper - David De Gea

David De Gea is a certainty to start in goal. The Spaniard is one of the best in the world and it still feels fantastic to have him at the club. He still has to make key saves and throughout the last three seasons has helped us stay higher in the table, rather than fall down. De Gea's most memorable save this season came in the 0-0 draw with Liverpool when he dramatically kept out Philippe Coutinho.

Right Back - Matteo Darmian

The Italian will be first choice right back now with Antonio Valencia out for around 6 weeks after having surgery on his arm. Darmian looked great in the 0-0 draw with Burnley last weekend and was a real threat going forward. He is a proper right back and when he signed for us the defender did look like the real deal, before injuries and some poor performances held him back.

Centre Defence - Eric Bailly and Daley Blind

For me this is the best pairing at the moment at the back until we sign a new centre defender. I think that some players aren't cut out for the role, like Chris Smalling and Phil Jones, and Blind has been very consistent since switching to the role last season, he seems to settle everyone around him and unfortunately it seems when he has a bad game, everyone else does.

Eric Bailly has been a fantastic signing since his move from Villarreal in the summer and it is extremely unfortunate that he has ruled himself out for the next two months due to a knee ligament injury.

Left Back - Luke Shaw

After his first two seasons were cut short due to injury, Shaw looks to be blending into the United squad this year which is what we have all been waiting for.

He looks great when he plays and belongs in that position. He'll want to stay injury free now as he has missed a few games since the start of the season but thankfully he hasn't had any serious injuries.

Midifield - Michael Carrick, Ander Herrera and Paul Pogba

A midfield three is exactly what is needed. It gives both Ander Herrera and Paul Pogba more freedom when going forward if someone as good as Michael Carrick sits as the holding midfielder.

Herrera has hit top form under Jose Mourinho and was wrongly sent off at the weekend, however, once back from suspension Herrera will be straight back into the side. As for Pogba, the world's most expensive player has had a mixed start to life back at Manchester United. With some inconsistent performances, we'll be hoping to see Pogba continue now after to great showings against Manchester City and Burnley. Enough can't be said about the brilliant Carrick, it bemuses me how he has been left out of the Premier League side after some brilliant performances, I would love to see him back in the side.

Wingers - Henrikh Mkhitaryan and Anthony Martial

Two players who continue to be missed really. Mkhitaryan has been left out of the squad since the Manchester Derby on September 10 and it really isn't clear as to why Mourinho hasn't been playing the Armenian.

He was injured for a while but returned to training late September. Anthony Martial continues to be held back by injury, which seems to be happening a little too often now. He comes back then gets injured, which may be a worry for some fans. But, he was one of our best players last season and withouta doubt, when fit, Martial should be starting.

Striker - Marcus Rashford

With Misfiring Zlatan Ibrahimovic not scoring in the League since September 10 against City, the Swede has missed numerous game changing chances since. It may well be time to see Rashford as the main man up top. After turning 19, it has been a crazy breakthrough year for Rashford and he has already become a key player in the United squad. His pace would be ideal up top for quick and counter attacking football.