Pogba wants Solskjaer to get permanent Manchester United job

Manchester United were beaten 2-1 by Wolves in the FA Cup

Manchester United were beaten 2-1 by Wolves in the FA Cup

We have lost the last two away to Arsenal and Wolves.

"When he came in the door, if someone said to the United owners that they would be knocking on the door of the top four in the Premier League and in the Champions League quarter-finals, they would have jumped at that".

Solskjaer led United on a run of 14 wins from 17 games in all competitions after taking over from Jose Mourinho in December.

And Pogba, who has been in spectacular form under Solskjaer after clashing with former boss Mourinho, is keen for the caretaker manager to be rewarded with a permanent contract.

He said: "I am sure he (Solskjaer) will turn this situation around and we will do better".

Paul Pogba has become the latest Manchester United player to declare that he wants Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to manage the club next season. Solskjaer deserves it. He knows the club, he knows everything about the club.

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"You can feel the pride and passion he has for the club and its history, and see the players honoured to wear the Red Devils crest under him".

However, Solskjaer, despite suffering back-to-back defeats in his last two games, has elevated United to within two points of the top four, as well as overcoming Paris Saint-Germain to reach the Champions League quarter finals.

"Maybe we lost confidence, maybe things went wrong".

"We have tried different managers, tried different philosophies and finally we have gone back to what worked in the past and what will work in the future", added Ferdinand.

Nemanja Matic has urged his Manchester United team-mates not to let a top-four finish slip from their grasp after successive back-to-back defeats.

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