Manchester United caretaker manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer says he considers that his side could win”each and every match”.
United’s 2-0 triumph in Newcastle on Wednesday supposed he became the second manager in the club history to win his first four league games accountable for emulating Sir Matt Busby at 1946.
“When you come into a club such as this you expect to win games,” said Solskjaer.
“when you win , you be prepared to win the next one as well. I do not look at these and think we can’t win that. I think we could win every single game.”
The 45-year-old Norwegian is called as interim boss after the club sacked Jose Mourinho at December.
He picked up the position after being given consent by Molde, although the club in his native Norway feared these were merely”lending” Solskjaer into United, indicating they expected him to go back to his position as boss.
The former United striker has said he does not desire to leave his role at the club at the summer.
Speaking on Friday, he added:”I have not spoken to anybody. It is doors. As soon as I came in, they had been open and honest regarding the process of searching to your next boss. The further you are here, the longer you like it. If they declare the next boss, while it really is me or somebody else, good luck to them.”
United will travel to Dubai for warm-weather training after Saturday’s match, also Solskjaer warned it’ll not be a holiday.
“I have experienced sufficient time for you to speak in their mind and not long to teach, therefore if any one of the players think it’s a holiday they are mistaken.”