Ole Gunnar Solskjaer on the right track

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Jones has been a regular fixture in the Manchester United team since Solskjaer was brought in as Jose Mourinho's successor at Old Trafford last month.

Paul Pogba has taken his league goal tally into double figures in a single season for the first time in his career.

United are now fourth in the Premier League on 51 points, one above both Chelsea and Arsenal. "When you don't win, it's not the same feeling", Pogba told Sky Sports .

The Portuguese coach left Old Trafford in December after a turbulent two-and-a-half years in charge, and was replaced by Ole Gunnar Solskjaer - who is yet to lose a game.

And the Manchester United interim boss has now expressed his delight at seeing the England worldwide sign a new long-term contract with the Red Devils.

"You've got to trust the players because the league is vital for us, but it's a chance for them to say, "I should play on Tuesday".

Ferdinand appears to suggest that the former Molde man has already proven himself and that if he secures a top four spot for the club then he should be given the job permanently.

"Playing with the lads, playing all together, defending and attacking all together helps every player to be at their best and that's what we're doing". That is a great test of character. Do we really have the hunger and urgency to come back? They did, and the supporters did. Of course, they're all happy after winning the game.

Usually, we'd reiterate that Pogba needs to produce more of these types of performances but he has been consistently brilliant since Solskjaer has held the reins.

And as we head towards the final phase of the season, Fulham are sinking further into the relegation scrap, having acquired just seventeen points in 26 matches and are in desperate need of a miraculous turnaround if they are to maintain their top-flight status next season.

"They wasted time. I know they won trophies under Mourinho, but they went backwards under him, I feel, and the money they spent didn't correlate to what they achieved. And this club always bounces back".

Manchester United continued their sensational unbeaten run under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer on Saturday afternoon, mounting a decisive 3-0 victory away at Fulham.