Villa have had a disastrous season and they currently sit 15 points adrift of safety, with just six games remaining in the Premier League season.
The Claret and Blues have fallen well short of expectations this campaign, and Ginola has accused the Midland side’s squad of lacking respect for the club.
"It’s not good enough. I think there is a lack of respect from the players towards the club," the former Villa midfielder said.
"I’ve covered many games from Villa this season, and it seems that every weekend is a disappointment for the fans. It’s just going from bad to bad every weekend.
"You can’t see any reaction from the players on the pitch. They seem to be lost. There’s no passion or respect for themselves."
Villa have won just three league matches over what has been a thoroughly miserable season.
The Claret and Blues have never before been relegated from the Premier League, but their chances of survival seem to be over this season.
Villa are now planning for life in the Championship, and big changes are already being made.
The Villains have parted company with manager Remi Garde, and they have also made a series of alternations at boardroom level - with the likes of Adrian Bevington and Brian Little recently being appointed.
Villa are now on the hunt for a new boss to replace Garde, with Nigel Pearson, Steve Bruce and Mick McCarthy amongst the favourites to land the job.