Man United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has played down the heavy criticism he’s received but the Norwegian tactician has claimed he has all it takes to lead the club, per reports.
After leading United to a blistering start to his managerial career, they have lost three of their last five games in the League, leading to their worst away spell since 1981 after the heavy defeat against Everton.
On his appointment, he won 14 of his first 19 games and he was rewarded with a three year contract only last month. Alas, the form of the Red Devils has been shambolic since then. Many have questioned the tactical prowess of Solskjaer as nothing seem to have changed since the reign of Jose Mourinho and his.
Speaking ahead of United clash against capital rivals Manchester City, Solskjaer was quizzed about his situation at the club but he claimed he’s good enough.
“I would like to say yes, but it’s not down to me to say that.
“I’m confident in my team and myself and that I’ll be ready to take this challenge on. I know it’s a big challenge and I come in here saying I’m going to enjoy every single second of this.
“I don’t like losing but it’s a great challenge and when you go through bad results you’ve still got to be confident enough to say this is the way we’re going to do it and we’re planning ahead.”