Manchester United forward Marcus Rashford has spoken about Ole-Gunnar Solskjaer’s impact on the club.
Norwegian specialist, who replaced Jose Mourinho in 2018, had a fantastic start in the Premier League, but clubs results at the end of the last campaign and the start of this campaign had put his future under question.
Now, with being 12 games unbeaten in all competitions, it seems Solskjaer has the credit from the club board to stay here for at least one more season.
“It’s been enjoyable. I just like his determination,” Rashford said during Instagram live (cited by the Daily Mirror)
“He knows where he wants the club to be. We both want to go in the same direction. As well as a manager he’s an unbelievable coach.
“He’s definitely improved us all, especially the forwards.
“He always wants me to make the box, whether I’m playing wide or down the middle.
“So if I’m on the opposite side getting to the back post or across my marker. And I’ve got a few more goals this season.
“Only small details but they make a big difference.”