Man United look a totally different side under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and the caretaker boss will most certainly be the candidate for the next permanent manager if he can take his team past PSG in the Champions League.
The 45-year-old has been able to rejuvenate the likes of Pogba, Herrera and Matic, all of who were heavily criticized under Jose Mourinho and are now a key part of Manchester United's starting lineup. "It will be the big games coming up now that decide where we end the season". The Red Devils were left eleven points behind the top four spots before the Norwegian took over.
"We were very far and now, to get back to the top four, is a good result".
"I think we've had games where we've played much better and haven't scored three goals", he said after the match.
And Solskjaer, who was crowned the Premier League Manager of the Month for January, admits he wants to keep his place in the United hot seat, adding that he has done everything that was asked of him by the board. "It's a tough period but these are the games you want to play in, the games you want to be available for". When we need three points, we get the three points, when we're playing away.
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"We're looking forward to PSG on Tuesday".
We created two great chances to score a goal, but suddenly [Paul] Pogba scored, and I think: 'OK, stay calm and we can continue to play and to find a solution to draw the match. They have won 25 out of 27 possible points, winning nearly half of their total points in just nine matches, eight less than Jose Mourinho had at disposal previously.
Solskjaer promised chances will come for the Brazil worldwide.
"Who I meet and when I meet people is not really up to me to tell", the Manchester United interim boss told the press following the game.