Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has revealed he’s wary of the threat posed by Southampton as they have made great improvements in the way they play.
The Norwegian is expecting a difficult match facing the Saints this weekend and says the game will further test our the team’s consistency level.
When asked if he was wary of the threat posed by Southampton, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer said in the pre-match press conference: “A difficult one.
“Over last 30, 40 game block they are one of the top teams. Made great improvements so we know how difficult it will be. Drew twice with them last season.
“We know how well Southampton have done in the last year or so. We have a good away record and we are up there since turn of January.
“We have been pushing up the table, and we are getting that consistency. It is a nice challenge and a good test for us to see if we have learnt our lessons.”
A win over the Saints this weekend will see sit four points behind Premier League leaders Tottenham.