Manchester United have made a widespread changes since Jose Mourinho was axed, according to Solskjaer.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer believes Manchester United are on the right track after making a number of changes since Jose Mourinho's departure in 2018.
The Norwegian said the Red Devils are now “going places” ahead of his side's clash against Tottenham that was postponed due to the Coronavirus pandemic.
United are in form and extended their unbeaten run to 11 matches in all competitions with their 5-0 win over LASK in the Europa League on Thursday evening, a run that equals the undefeated best stretch Solskjaer had when he succeeded Mourinho back in December 2018.
“I felt a lot needed to be changed,” Solskjaer told a new conference. “We’ve signed four players (permanently) and lost quite a few and promoted from within, lots of youngsters.
“I don’t know how dramatic those changes have been. I don’t think it feels dramatic for the squad and the ones that were here. We needed certain pieces in the puzzle, and they’ve worked.
“I believe that we’re going places. I believe that we’re on the track that Man United need to be on.
“There are different cultures at different clubs and different ways of doing things and belief in the way we do things at Man United now.”
The 47-year-old added: “I don’t necessarily believe in everything we’ve done before but at the moment I believe in what we’re doing.
“I think I’m the right man but I’m not going to sit here and talk about that. The proof is in the pudding at the end of the day.”