United fans have been singing the chant, to the tune of Waterfall from The Stone Roses, since Ole Gunnar Solskjaer took charge in December.
The Norwegian enjoyed a flying start to his spell in the dugout, and the song has become somewhat of a terrace anthem for Red Devils fans.
But while Alexis Sanchez, Paul Pogba, Fred and Marcus Rashford all get a mention, Lingard does not.
And the 26-year-old has admitted he was left feeling sad when he heard the chant but not his name.
“Devastated!” Lingard told Metro when asked if he was annoyed not to get a mention in the chant.
“Especially because Beans [Rashford] is included.”
Manchester United take on West Ham on Saturday (5.30pm) as they look to move back into the Premier League top four.
Solskjaer’s side sit three points behind Tottenham in fourth with just six games of the season remaining.
Solskjaer has got United back into contention for a spot in the Champions League places despite the club having been 11 points off fourth when he first took over.
United still have Manchester City and Chelsea to play, and Red Devils legend Paul Scholes has spoken about the race.
“I think looking at the fixtures you’d be fancying Arsenal,” he said.
“But Watford away, Wolves away difficult, Leicester away difficult, Burnley away – they’re all difficult games at this stage of the season especially when the prize is so big.
“Even look at United’s fixtures, tough fixtures.
“I think they’ll be okay against West Ham but you’ve got Everton away, City at home, Chelsea at home, the last two [against Huddersfield and Cardiff] they should win.
“Chelsea as well have Liverpool and Man United away.
“Tottenham have City away but other than that you’d fancy Tottenham to finish strongly.”