Manchester United have been unable to get a win in the last two league games, and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will be hoping his side get the three points at the St James Park when Newcastle plays host to Manchester United on Sunday.
United are currently 11th and have gotten only 9 points from 7 games and United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has unveiled the importance of winning games and how it affects the mood of the players and staff.
Solskjaer said: “Of course you don’t enjoy not winning games. You put your heart, life and soul into this job.
“If you win games you are happier, your mood changes but it doesn’t mean your performances have been better – results change mood.
“For us to get a result [at Newcastle] is vital now. I think it will change the mood. The boys can go away on their international break and freshen up their heads.”
Solskjaer also chose to thank the fans who have been supportive despite the struggles the team is going through.
“The fans are great I have to say,” he said.
“It’s easy to be positive when I see them, they have been very positive with me.
“They see what you are doing and they keep going. We want to pay them back for their loyalty and support by getting better results and better performances. ‘I can assure them we are working hard to do so.”