When asked about whether he’s feeling under pressure of losing his Man United job after recent results, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer said: “We’ve progressed over the years. Sixth in (first) half-season, third, second. You can see the progress.
“We have signed players which have raised expectations but we are in same boat as other top teams. Pressure on me of course but we have been through this before. I am in dialogue with club all the time, it is an open and honest discussion.”
The gaffer also opened up on the mood in the United camp after losing to Leicester City, adding: “It is not a jovial happy camp, they are focused and determined. Conceding four goals is a big eye-opener for us. Every team will go through a patchy period, we are in one now, we know that.”
“The coaching staff we have got is absolutely amazing, the attention to detail, training sessions, preparations. I don’t think I could ask for better. They are Manchester United people with intention of helping the team grow.”
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will be under pressure of producing a big result against Atalanta in the Champions League on Wednesday after being winless in the last two competitive games.