Manchester United boss, Olé Gunnar Solskjaer has rubbished reports his relationship with the hierarchy of the club has deteriorated to the point where he’s now facing the sack.
The Norwegian’s future at Old Trafford has come under scrutiny recently, after a poor start to the new season, that has seen him lose four out of his first nine matches.
But when quizzed about his relationship with the club during a recent press conference, the former striker said: “I’ve always had a very good, open and honest and positive dialogue with the club.
“They’ve shown strong leadership since I come in and with me today it’s sunny in Manchester, I don’t expect the wind to turn, always pressure and expectations on us. I became a man at Manchester United and have learnt how to deal with good and bad times.
“You’re a top coach or manager when you win and bad when you lose because that’s the last game you played. You aren’t really better than your last game.
“Every game of football becomes history quickly and we need to go into Goodison Park in a positive frame of mind.”
United are currently 15th in the premier league, with just seven points from a possible 18, after losing 3 out of 6 matches.