Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was appointed as Manchester United boss on Wednesday following the dismissal of Jose Mourinho on Tuesday.
Solskjaer will be in charge until the end of the season as the board seeks to find a permanent manager.
Solskjaer insists his first job as interim boss of Manchester United is to get the players enjoying their football again.
“It’s great. It feels like coming home. It’s been a few whirlwind days. It’s been very hectic. It’s great to see everyone again,” Solskjaer told MUTV.
“It’s six months, I’m going to enjoy the ride. I’m back home. It’s about seeing the players, seeing the staff and of course just being myself.
“I know the club is in the process of finding a new manager and I’m just going to be myself in the meantime.
“With me of course is (assistant coaches) Kieran (McKenna) and Michael (Carrick) and the rest of the staff. We just want to get the players enjoying football.’
Solskjaer’s first game in charge will be against his former club Cardiff.
“It is going to be very, very special I have to say,” he added.
“I’m good at controlling emotions so I won’t be that emotional, but when I came back with Cardiff a few years ago in 2014, it was a strange, strange feeling.
“It was one of the most unrealistic ones I have ever had being on the other side, now I’m on the right side and I can’t wait for it.”