& # 39; He came here with a big smile on his face and I think that was important for the players & # 39 ;: Victor Lindelof who wanted to see Ole Gunnar Solskjaer get the job from Man United on a permanent basis
- Victor Lindelof wants Ole Gunnar Solskjaer as the permanent boss of Man United
- The Norwegian has lifted United into the top four after the takeover in December
- Lindelof has become a mainstay under Solskjaer, with all 19 games
Victor Lindelof admits that he & # 39; will be happy & # 39; to see that Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has appointed Manchester United's permanent manager.
United is still not convinced of Solskjaer's long-term position, but it is clear that he could be announced as the permanent boss this week.
Lindelof has developed under Solskjaer and admits that he would like to see the former Cardiff City boss rewarded for the work he has done since succeeding José Mourinho in December.
Victor Lindelof wants Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to be the permanent boss of Manchester United
The Swede has improved under the Norwegian and has been in charge in all 19 of his games
Speaking to Sky Sports about the future of Solskjaer, Lindelof said: & If he gets the job, I will be satisfied.
& # 39; It is not my job to make the final decision, but I am naturally very happy with the things he has done since he arrived. I have nothing bad to say about him.
& # 39; He is a legend of the club, so he knows everything about being here as a player, so when he talks to you, you always listen.
Manchester United would be close to appointing Solskjaer as their permanent manager
& # 39; He knows what he is talking about because he has experienced everything. That is also very good to have.
& # 39; He's been great since he arrived and he came here with a big smile on his face and I think that was important for all players.
& # 39; He spoke to me and told me to do the things that I am good at, to show my abilities and to express myself in the field. That was very nice to hear. & # 39;
Lindelof has always been present alongside Chris Smalling under the interim boss and played in all 19 games that Solskjaer was in charge of.
Lindelof reveals how Solskjaer & # 39; s & # 39; big laugh & # 39; was important when lifting the players upon his arrival
46-year-old Noor has won 14 of his 19 games as a care manager since he replaced Mourinho.
After their departure from the FA Cup, after the international break the attention changes to a double-header against Watford and Wolves, the team where they dropped out in the FA Cup.
United is currently fifth in the ranking and is chasing Arsenal and Tottenham in an attempt to finish a top four, securing Champions League football for next season.