Despite Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's strong start to life in the United hot seat, the club will still press on with their plans to appoint a new position above the manager in either a director of football or technical director role.
Manchester United will still harbour hopes of breaking back into the top four before the season is out despite their stuttering recent form. "In our first league game against them, we managed to win thanks to a stoppage-time goal from Marcus, and on Sunday I am sure that they will be looking for revenge".
But despite that, Ince can't see Manchester United qualifying for the Champions League.
He was serenaded throughout by the visiting fans in the Welsh capital at the weekend as United hit five for the first time since Alex Ferguson's final game in charge.
"Just to be positive". You've got to grind it out but it worked and with the blistering pace that we've got up front, they [Cardiff] had to chase the game. That's tradition, that's history and that's how we play.
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However, the levels of commitment he demanded from those sides was not evident in the current United squad. "You never feel sorry for them", he said.
"Doesn't matter which team you play". If they do well then great. We know also it's not only the manager's fault when the results are not good.
Solskjaer instead seems intent on implementing the United way he learned at the heel of Ferguson for so long.
"I'm thinking about putting my name in there", the former goalkeeper said. I never thought it was going to happen.