- United continue their battle for a top-four finish in the Premier League this season.
- The Red Devils are still in the race for both the FA Cup and Europa League.
- Solskjaer's men are going in the right direction under the Norwegian, according to the former United striker.
During an Instagram Q&A on Monday, the Belgian was asked to share his thoughts on United.
"They going the right direction," he replied. "It's a process, but they will get there."
United sit in fifth in the Premier League after the gameweek 28. They're only three points behind Chelsea who are currently fourth. What's more, the Red Devils are still in the race for both the FA Cup and Europa League.
Lukaku scored 42 goals in 96 appearances for United before making a £58.5m switch to Inter Milan last summer. The 26-year-old has enjoyed a brilliant start to his career in the Serie A. He's on 23 goals in 34 outings for the Nerazzurri this term so far.
Some reports have suggested that Romelu decided to quit Old Trafford because of Solskjaer who reduced the striker's playing time after his appointment in December 2018.
According to Lukaku, however, Ole wanted to keep him but eventually accepted the Belgian's wish to leave.
“Solskjaer has my eternal respect. He understood me when I said in March that it was time for me to leave England,” he said shortly after his move to Italy. “I have been in the Premier League as an 18-year-old boy and now I am 26. Solskjaer wanted to keep me, but I was ready for something new.”