Following Manchester United’s 2-0 defeat by Manchester City at Old Trafford, which followed Liverpool’s 5-0 thrashing of his side in their previous home game, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer denied the clock is ticking on his stay as manager.
United suffered their fourth defeat in 11 Premier League games after an early Eric Bailly own goal and a second from Bernardo Silva shortly before halftime, prompting doubts about whether Solskjaer felt he was living on borrowed time.
“No. I don’t start to feel that,” he said. “I am in good communication with the club. As long as I am here I want to do what I can do to improve this, I want the best for Manchester United. We have been through this a few times [in his three years in charge].
“Since the last game we played here it has been a very difficult period and we have gone away from what we used to be, won at Tottenham with a different system. But, systems or style, we still need to be on the front foot more. I can’t look at myself and say this is how I want Man Utd to play.”
source : Guardian sport