Manchester United have won three matches in the trot to paddle back on course after going down with strings of issues that had threatened to drown the club.
Former boss Jose Mourinho was eventually given the boot after a disappointing 3-1 loss to Liverpool in December.
Former club legend Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was appointed to manage things on an interim basis.
So far, the Norwegian has wiped off frowns off the faces of Red Devils and successfully replaced it with smiles.
The former Molde manager has found a way to get the players play for the club again after they reportedly fell out with Jose Mourinho.
Gossips bandying about have linked the interim boss to the job should United fail to lure Mauricio Pochettino out of Tottenham.
While Solskjaer has reminded players why they should play for United and reminded them of the club’s philosophy, which is hinged on “attack, attack and attack,” he has managed to cause admiration to swell in fans’ heart after he promoted academy star RoShaun Williams to the club’s senior side.
The Norwegian has maintained United’s tradition of raising youngsters from United’s own camp and reiterated the importance.
He said:”Everybody connected with the club knows we are dependent on youngsters coming through, and to make them good enough they’ve got to have a chance.”