- Manchester United are steadily improving under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
- Being in charge at Old Trafford is a life-long dream for the Norwegian manager.
- A clause in the 47-year-old's club contracts allowed him to leave if the Red Devils came knocking.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has revealed that at his previous clubs, he insisted on inserting a clause that would allow him to join Manchester United.
Speaking in an interview with the United We Stand fanzine, the Norwegian said: "I'm a red through and through. United matters to me. I'm honest. I'm loyal. I'm a club man. I plan for the long term and I want the best for the club long term.
"I've been a manager for a few years with ups and downs. When I was chosen as temporary manager, I'd like to think they thought I had the personality to manage Manchester United.
"It was a chance, for six months, to realise my dream and manage United. There was always a clause in my contract to leave if United came in for me. It has always been a dream of mine for years."
Solskjaer's Old Trafford spell has been plagued by inconsistency so far but the Red Devils are clearly a better team under the Norwegian.
Man United remain in the running for the FA Cup and the Europa League trophy this season while a finish in the top 4 is a possibility as well.
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