Current Manchester United boss, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has revealed that he always knew that he would become manager of the Red Devils one day, despite the barrage of criticism that has come his away in recent times.
The Norwegian has faced intense criticism ever since he replaced Jose Mourinho last December with his appointment on a permanent basis leading to the end of his honeymoon period at the club.
While they have a poor start to the season, United have undergone a renaissance of late, beating Tottenham Hotspur and Manchester City in their last two league games and are currently on a five-match unbeaten run.
"I always had the belief that I could manage this club. I wouldn't have taken the job if I had felt I couldn't do it because I owe Manchester United honesty. Football wise, I think I can hold my own when it comes to tactics and stuff, but I have a great staff to help me. It's not all about me," he said as quoted by Goal.
"It's about treating people the right way and, for me, managing United is treating the staff, the players, anyone the same. It doesn't matter which club I'm at, that's just my personality," Solskjaer added.
United are scheduled to face Everton in the league on Sunday, where a win against them would ensure that they move to fifth place in the table, two behind fourth placed, Chelsea.