Apart from one loss to PSG in the Champions League, the Red Devils are yet to lose a game in all competitions since the arrival of the Norwegian.
Ole Gunner Solskjaer has admitted that confidence is running sky high in his Manchester United players as they continued their unbeaten run on the domestic front with a 3-2 win over Southampton at Old Trafford.
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This win over Southampton made it 10 victories in 12 league matches under Solskjaer and lifted United above Arsenal - and to within three points of third-place Tottenham.
"Young kids at the start of their careers when they get criticism there's nothing better than seeing them grabbing their chance when they get it".
"It doesn't matter when he gets the job - next week or at the end of the season - but he's getting it".
"We don't know yet", Solskjaer said of the injury.
The dramatic conclusion was partly the result of some luck on Solskjaer's part as an injury to the ineffective Alexis Sanchez early in the second half forced him to bring on the far more influential Dalot.
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United are now fifth in the table with 55 points from 28 matches but Solskjaer said they were planning for Champions League soccer next season. "I remember what it's like as a player when the crowd gets behind you like that".
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Solskjaer also praised Pereira's impact, as he scored his first league goal for the club with a sublime effort from 25 yards out.
"We maybe could have had two penalties and at 2-0 up it would be much more hard for Man United", Southampton manager Ralph Hasenhuettl said.
But there was another twist in the tale when James Ward-Prowse equalised against the run of play from a free-kick outside the box in the 75th minute to send shockwaves through Old Trafford.
"In the second half the goal was offside".
"You could see after the 2-1 we didn't stop believing in ourselves and we didn't stop fighting for everything and working as a very good committed team".