Martial reveals United players want to keep Solskjaer
- The Red Devils have been thriving ever since the Norwegian's appointment in December.
- And Martial believes United are benefiting from a change in style.
- The Frenchman insists the players are finding it 'easier' to deliver under Solskjaer's approach.
- And the 23-year-old reveals the squad want the Norwegian to stay at the club.
Speaking to the media during his pre-Paris Saint-Germain press conference, Martial was asked about United's improvement under Solskjaer.
The Frenchman said: "We have a coach with different approach and we're trying to do what he's asking us to do, perhaps it's easier for us to play this style of football.
"Well obviously things are going really well, we are really happy. I hope we can keep him, but it is not down to us."
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Martial has also revealed how Solskjaer is trying to get the best out him: "He has often said that to me, and even previous managers have said that to me. I will score more goals.
"He asked me to attack more. That's my job to make the difference and he wants me to be more decisive. Things are working out well for the other strikers too and I hope we can all continue to be effective and efficient."