Ole Gunnar Solskjaer leads Manchester United on the train as players and the staff goes south for crunch clash against Tottenham
- Ole Gunnar Solksjaer places the winning run on guard against Tottenham on Sunday
- United arrived at Watford at 5 pm and had to be in Wembley Hilton at 6 pm
- Paul Pogba seems fit to play after he is recovering from an injury to travel with a team
James Ayles for Mailonline
The stars of Manchester United stopped for photo 's with fans before they boarded a train in London, prior to their collision with Tottenham on Sunday.
The side of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, unbeaten in four league games under the new boss, was able to finish on the fifth level Arsenal with a Wembley victory.
The team was stimulated by the return of Paul Pogba from injury, where the talismanic Frenchman made the trip to the south.
Boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer accompanies his players to the waiting train for the journey to the south
Midfielder Paul Pogba was one of the players at the station after recovering from an injury
Playmaker Juan Mata, who has no contract at the end of the season, stopped for a selfie with a waiting fan.
The team train would arrive in Watford around 17:00, before the team boarded a bus to complete the trip to their Wembley Hilton hotel.
Solskjaer & # 39; s men were previously stimulated by the presence of Sir Alex Ferguson at the training base of the club in Carrington.
The former boss was thought to have followed the last training of the first team prior to their game against Tottenham.
Fans could make a selfie before the trip with the Spanish playmaker Juan Mata
Victor Lindelof was another player who was approached by fans outside the train station
Ferguson has become more visible around the club after the departure of Jose Mourinho in December.
According to a club legend, Ferguson was involved in the decision to appoint his former player Solskjaer and old No 2 Mike Phelan until the end of the season.
It is even claimed that Ferguson even gave a smashing speech to the team during the Christmas period.
The Norwegian Solskaya has helped to restore the sense of positivity and adventurous play for the team