OLE GUNNAR SOLSKJAER became the first Manchester United boss to win the Premier League manager of the month award for seven years today.
He has nine wins out of ten since taking over from Jose Mourinho, but he is still not happy.
The interim boss picked up the award for January – becoming the first Manchester United boss to collect the gong since Sir Alex Ferguson won the award in October 2012.
It comes after a month in which he won three and drew one of his four Premier League games.
That means he can move United into the top four for the first time this season with victory on Saturday lunch time at Fulham.
Despite this incredible revival under the legendary treble winner, Solskjaer was unhappy with their victory at Leicester last weekend and wants to see a vast improvement at Craven Cottage.
Solskajer said: “Of course you take one step at a time and that (top four) is one of the goals we’ve set and if we do so we want to stay there and improve, so on that it’s been fantastic over the last two months
“Consistency now is the key word we keep on improving, keep on winning games, but in a better way than say at Leicester.
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