The Norwegian has managed to push Man United from the bottom part of the table to the top 2 but still doesn’t think his side has ‘it all cracked’ yet
Man United hope to be on level points today with Liverpool when they battle Aston Villa with still an outstanding game at hand.
With the club being the closest challengers after moving to the the second place following a late winner strike from Marcus Rashford on their outing against Wolverhampton.
But the the club manager believes everyone in the club knows they haven’t ‘cracked it yet’ and as such could still below if they don’t step up their games.
Unlike many suggestions of this year likely to be the strongest United competing for the EPL since they last lifted the trophy in 2013, Solskjaer disclosed that the ranks in his club knows this could be otherwise.
Speaking to the club’s official site, Solskjaer stressed on the benefits of returning to contention saying; “You know, when you are getting closer, that gives you a boost and it gives you extra focus.
“The good thing about this group is that some of them have won before so they are not going to get too far ahead of themselves. We know that the only way to do it is to take one game at a time.
“I know that is quite a boring statement, but that is the good thing about this group – they are not going to think we have cracked it because in any game in this league, you have got to be at it and that’s why we have a big, strong squad.”
Having crumbled out of cruising ways earlier on during the 2020/2021 season, questions were raised on the the 47-year-old’s future with the club. But thanks to recent form which comes as a reward to a patient Man United.
In reaction to this, Solskjaer believes there are more still to come from his men; “Well we had a difficult start to the season with the late arrival of some players and we missed the pre-season.
And I think we have shown after the second international break, the one in October, that we have regrouped, come together, we are getting fitter, stronger, the squad is getting better and we just have to take one game at a time, move up the table and improve as a team.
“But we have finished the year strong. I think we have done well since the beginning of February, or end of January, and we have proven to ourselves that we can be consistent over a longer period.”