Gary Neville believes Manchester United's squad needs a revamp and insists the players are not as good as previous results under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer suggest.
When Solskjaer took over from Jose Mourinho as the interim manager of the club, the Red Devils won 10 of their first 11 fixtures under his guidance.
However, prior to kick off against Everton, the Manchester club had lost five of their last seven games, with Solskjaer's influence on the changing room appearing to wane.
They have also now gone 11 games without a clean sheet for the first time since December 1998 following Richarlison's first-half opener on Sunday at Goodison Park.
The Old Trafford outfit were also eliminated from the Champions League by Barcelona on Tuesday, and Neville insists he was never fooled into believing Mourinho was the cause of all the problems at the club.
"I'm simmering to be honest with you, my blood is about to boil," Neville said on Sky Sports.
"I didn't buy into that these players were always fantastic so when they started winning for Ole for those two or three months - when you think about the game against Liverpool a few weeks ago and everything was perfect.
"Ole had got the players playing again, Jose Mourinho was a bump and basically it was just all down to Jose.
"Now we are seeing what Ole talked about on Friday is that there has been a reality check, and I think it's a reality check for all of us.
"I went to Barcelona on Wednesday night and watched the game and I saw players pretending to run back. Making it look like they were running back but jogging.
"And I think what we are seeing now is where the players are. There is a lot of distraction around contracts and this is a big week."