Ryan Giggs insists Jose Mourinho should remain as Manchester United manager.
Giggs was at Old Trafford on Tuesday night when United were held to a Champions League 0-0 bore draw against Valencia.
Mourinho has come under increasing pressure with United having slumped to 10th in the Premier League and gone four games without a win.
"I said that last time, where do they go?" Wales manager Giggs said at a press conference to announce his squad for this month's games against Spain and the Republic of Ireland.
"My stance hasn't changed. United are going through a tough time at the moment.
"But change now and you will be in the same position in a year or two years quite possibly."
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