Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has claimed he has improved team resolve and the players’ fitness levels with both lacking when he took over from Jose Mourinho.
“Many many factors, many reasons, belief, if you look at that game against Burnley we should have won that one, that’s football and the Premier League,” said the Norwegian when asked to identify the biggest changes he’s noticed in his players.
‘The belief, confidence, change of atmosphere, Bruno coming in has made a massive difference.
‘We’ve got our best players fit and raring to go, it’s been many different reasons for the upturn but it’s been down to the work, step by step believe and the boys have worked really hard, the fitness levels, the mental robustness is so much better than last season.”
Meanwhile, the club remain on course for a top-four finish if we avoid defeat against Leceister City on Sunday.