Manchester United manager, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, has insisted that his job at Old Trafford is ‘safe’.
Solskjaer stated this on Friday ahead of Man United’s Premier League clash with Watford on Saturday evening.
Recall that the Norwegian’s job at Man United is under threat following the club’s recent poor form of result.
Some football pundits and Man United fans have called for his sack following Man United’s defeat to Liverpool and Manchester City recently.
However, when asked whether he feels his job at Man United is safe, Solskjaer said at his pre-match press conference on Friday, “Yeah, the players, the staff, myself, the club, we are working to one goal to improve, get better results, fans are still supporting the team and the club, they have been through this period, backed the team through the rebuild.
“When you lose a game, you are always disappointed and under pressure, we have been communicating openly and honestly. There is one game that matters and what goes on after that. This week has been really good for training.”
He added, “Of course, I’ve been in contact and communicated with the club as I do all the time anyway, it’s been a long international break, but it’s one that we’ve utilised to our benefit, we feel it’s been a good response from the players and we’re ready for the Watford game.”
The kick-off time for Watford vs Man United is 4 pm.