- Anthony Martial says Manchester United players are comfortable with Solskjaer's styles of football
- Martial added that Solskjaer has different intentions than Mourinho since he took over from the Portuguese
- Manchester United who have been unbeaten under Solskjaer will face PSG on Tuesday night, February 12 in the Champions League
Anthony Martial has explained that Manchester United players are happy so far with the reign of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer at the club and will support him to succeed at Old Trafford.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has not lost any game since December 2018 when he took over from Jose Mourinho at Manchester United.
There are news that the Norwegian football manager will be appointed as Manchester United boss on a permanent basis at the end of the ongoing Premier League season.
Anthony Martial is one of the Manchester United players seemingly rejuvenated under their former striker Ole Gunnar Solskjaer this term.
The Frenchman has now made it clear that Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's styles of football is better than that of Jose Mourinho.
“Obviously things are going really well, we are really happy to have him here and we hope we can continue but the final decision isn’t with us.
“When he came in he had a lot of confidence, a lot of determination, that was really helpful.
“We are trying to pay him back in kind and things are working out well at the moment.
“Perhaps it is easier to play this style of football and not the style of football Mourinho asked,'' Martial explained according to UK Sun.
Meanwhile, Manchester United are currently occupying fourth position on the Premier League standings and they will face PSG on Tuesday night, February 12, in the Champions League.
Earlier, YEN.com.gh had reported how Phil Jones explained that Manchester United were a laughing stock under former manager Jose Mourinho who was fired in December 2018 for poor results.
Jones added that the Old Trafford club are now in their best form following their unbeaten run of games since Ole Gunnar Solskjaer took over from Mourinho.
Source: Yen News