Manchester United will finish in the top four under manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, says senior team mate and Wales manager Ryan Giggs.
Solskjaer, who signed a contract on Thursday, took interim charge in December, as when United have lost one of 13 league matches.
Under the Norwegian, United have also attained the Champions League quarter-finals after beating Paris St-Germain.
“I’m thrilled to see he’s the job indefinitely,” said Giggs.
“okay, the last two games have not visited plan, (however ) when you have the momentum which the team have at the moment, that is everything you want.
“It won’t be easy because there are some superior clubs around but with the players they have and also the endings, I still don’t see why we can’t become top four.”
Giggs, 45, and Solskjaer, 46, spent 11 seasons playing together at Old Trafford under Sir Alex Ferguson.
Earlier in the season, the Norwegian said he refers to his former manager as”the gaffer” and was touching him since taking control of United to discuss ideas.
“The wisdom he has got, the ability he has got, it’s really a excellent shoulder to lean on.
“Ole’s their or her own person too, he will require to do it his way.”
Considering their playing days, both Giggs and Solskjaer have spent time as interim manager at Old Trafford and the recent Wales boss believes former United players might be better suited to this role as a result of their comprehension of the club.
“Solskjaer is somebody who has played the club, coached at the club too, and recognises what a Manchester United player looks like.
“Folks from the outside might be considered a bit sceptical about this, but if you’ve played at the club and also experienced the way the fans want you to play, ” I presume you know more than some one arriving from the outside.”