Manchester United interim boss has admitted that his team delivered a performance similar to the final days under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
Wolves handed the Red Devils their first defeat since Solskjaer’s last game in charge on November 20.
And interim manager Rangnick was unimpressed with the performance from his players.
He told BBC Sport: “Very disappointed, like the players. We knew it could be a complicated game because the Wolves with a back five are very flexible in midfield. In the first half we were struggling.
“We had too many easy turnovers, too many unforced errors and too many giveaways. That didn’t make the job any easier for us and that is why we changed to a back three. For 35 minutes we had more control and missed the chance to score the first goal. It was clear to me the team that scored the first goal would win the game.
“Today we showed similar problems the team had three or four weeks ago before I arrived. It is not an easy job to develop a DNA with and without the ball. The game today showed there are still quite a few steps to.”
The Red Devils are now in seventh place on the table, a staggering 22 points behind leaders Manchester City.