Ander Herrera has revealed how Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has boosted his confidence since taking over as Manchester United caretaker manager.
The club’s form has turned right around under the Norwegian, with the team remaining undefeated in the Premier League since he took over as caretaker boos just before Christmas.
Whatever improvements Solskjaer has instigated on the training pitch at Manchester United, one thing he has certainly done is lift the squad’s spirits.
In a recent interview the Spanish midfielder spoke a bit about how Solskjaer has gone about doing that.
“Ole is very happy I think with my work,“ Herrera told manunited.com.
“He’s giving me a lot of confidence – he knows I can help the team with the ball but also without the ball, to get the ball back as soon as possible.
”I think he knows I can work to make other players feel free, and I will do it. I feel very good, but it is not only me. I think everyone’s feeling good. Also the players that come from the bench helped. Anthony and Romelu helped a lot, and also Jonah [Phil Jones] when he came as a right-back. I feel very good, but I think everyone is feeling like that.“