Solskjaer reveals whether the PSG victory will secure him the United job
- United face Ligue 1 giants Paris Saint-Germain in the Champions League on Tuesday.
- It's widely believed that the Norwegian will be given the job full-time if the Red Devils beat PSG and finish in top 4.
- However, the 45-year-old is keeping his cards close to his chest and refuses to speculate on his future.
During his pre-match press conference ahead of the Champions League clash against Paris Saint-Germain, Solskjaer was asked whether the victory against the Parisians will secure him the United job full-time.
However, the Norwegian laughed off the rumours and suggested that the media are taking a far too simplistic approach to things.
The United caretaker manager said: "You need to change your script, you've had so many ways of asking that question. There are still many months left of this season for me to do whatever I can for this club."
Whatever happens next, the Norwegian is proud of what he has already achieved at Old Trafford. Solskjaer continued: "I have loved every single minute of it, we knew we had a big challenge because we were far behind in the league and confidence was low after Liverpool.
"The players have responded fantastically. I don't think we could be in a better frame of mind with confidence and form really looking forward to the games coming up.
"We are going to play against some top teams in the next few games, but we have to concentrate on this one. We don't look too far ahead otherwise we will lose our focus."