Manchester United boss, Olé Gunnar Solskjaer has admitted he gets worried about his future at the club, despite the recent run of good results.
The Norwegian has been rumoured to be close to the exit door more times than countable during his reign of about two years, especially after a poor start to the current campaign.
While fortunes however, appear to have since turned in the Norwegian’s favour, he insists he still has to worry about the coming games, as his future hinges on them.
He said during his pre-match press conference, “From my experience, from my discussions with the club, we think long term.
“Of course, you’ve got to look at the short-term results as well but my vision is long term and my discussions with the club have always been long term.
“But also short term, you can’t not think about the next six games.
“You’ve got to think about the next game and the next six. You also have to plan and think for the bigger picture. For me, I can only speak from my experience.”
Olé aside, part of what keeps a manager on their toes is the constant need to win upcoming games. So we totally agree that he’s got to think about these fixtures.
But thankfully for him, he seems to not be in immediate danger of getting the sack, with executive vice chairman, Ed Woodward, recently coming out to throw the club’s weight behind him.