Manchester United’s Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has declared that he loves being a football manager.
The former Manchester United super-sub took the interim manager’s role at Old Trafford after Jose Mourinho’s dismissal in December. After an impressive start, Solskjaer seems to be loving his time in charge of his old team.
“I love it to be fair, and I have to say I look forward to getting up in the morning to start work again, I always do in football,” Solskjaer told the press ahead of his sides fixture against Brighton tomorrow at Old Trafford.
“Molde, Cardiff – I love working with people, trying to improve people, and here you want to go to bed at night.”
United have won their first six games under Solskjaer and are now back in the hunt for a top-four finish this season.
With FA Cup and Champions League fixtures still to come, United are still pursuing silverware. Winning a trophy, or a strong run to the latter stages of the Champions League, would do wonders for Solskjaer’s job prospects when decision-time arrives for the club’s board this summer.