Manchester United have worked ruthlessly over the past 5 years find a manager capable of lifting them back to Fergusonian heights, chopping and changing their bosses and splashing cash like never before.
But despite all that, they've only really achieved one thing: reliable mediocrity.
Current manager Jose Mourinho boasts a similarly underwhelming record to predecessor Louis Van Gaal and poor old David Moyes before him, and an impressive 17 game unbeaten run cannot hide the fact that they're well behind their rivals atop the Premier League.
But the controversial Portugueezer can boast of one accomplishment: he's cut their injury list in half.
United lost players for an average of 1099 days by this stage over the last five seasons, but this term injuries have only ruled out 461.
Considering injuries have played a large part towards United's woes in the post-Ferguson era, it seems that Mourinho has finally got a handle one what was becoming a serious problem.
The next problem to tackle? Winning games.