Gary Neville: 'Manchester United should hold fire on Ole Gunnar Solskjaer call'

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As for his goal double against Fulham, Pogba said: "It's always great to score goals, most important is to win games".

Anthony Martial is keen for caretaker manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to get the job on a permanent basis. "It's the players who play, it's the staff, how we do things at Carrington, at the training ground, the mood, it's never about one person when the team is winning games". But we have given ourselves the best possible opportunity in the way we have gone into this game because we are confident.

However, United held an open training session this morning and the M.E.N claims that Lindelof was among the party that took part in full training at Carrington so it looks like the Swedish worldwide will be back in contention tomorrow.

In what promises to be a decisive part of the season for Solskjaer and his players, Manchester United will welcome Liverpool FC to Old Trafford on 28 February as they look to halt their rivals' title charge.

The France worldwide marked his first start since that contract with an assist and a superb second in the 3-0 win against Fulham, where his fine solo goal led ex-United captain Gary Neville to compare it to a Ronaldo effort at Craven Cottage in 2007.

And the 23-year-old added that his own specific instructions have also changed.

The former Juventus star had several bust ups with Jose Mourinho durinh his two and a half seasons reign at Old Trafford, which resulted in the midfielder sitting on the bench in some matches.

Explaining that decision, Fellaini said: "I think it was the right time to leave".

"Who I meet and when I meet people is not really up to me to tell", he said.

Speaking in his pre-match press conference, the Norwegian said: "We are missing Antonio [Valencia] and Matteo [Darmian] - they're not available, so we have a big strong and healthy squad and with a big game coming up I have many to pick from". It's the whole team, it's us together.

Former Manchester United captain Gary Neville urges the Red Devils to hold fire when it comes to their managerial situation.