The result has left them languishing in mid-table, 10 points adrift of the Champions League places.
It is worth highlighting that Manchester United had finished sixth in the Premier League last season and have not shown too many signs of improving that position this year which happens to be the first full campaign under manager Solskjaer.
"It's going to be tough but it's nowhere near impossible", he told Sky Sports.
"Which is the only way Gentleman Utd engage in good soccer and we want to get back again to executing that". It can be extremely very simple for us and at the exact time, you will not want to make it hard for you. "The main thing is bouncing back", he explained.
Despite a 1-0 loss at Bournemouth on Saturday, Rashford feels that the Frenchman's return to action will help the team score more goals as the attacking duo look to work on their partnership.
Marcus Rashford believes misfiring Manchester United are capable of securing a spot inside the Premier League's top four this season.
"There was the game against Leicester where it wasn't 90 minutes of fun but you go through the game".
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's men registered a 1-0 win in Belgrade a fortnight ago and are one of just two clubs - besides Sevilla - yet to concede a goal in the competition this season. "We take it game-by-game and look where we can improve after each match". I always think with home games, if you're energetic on the pitch, you're making runs and you're lively, you win games more often than not.
Liverpool and Manchester City are nearly assured of a top-four spot, meaning the final two are up for grabs. When we're not quite playing at our best, we can find a way to get over the line.
"If we manage the moments when the opposition are on leading far better, I'm positive in time we will know how to regulate them, their enthusiasts, the tempo that they participate in at and when we do that, we can start to acquire consistently".