"I've got confidence that we're going to be ready for Wednesday".
"I'm confident in my team and myself to take this challenge on". I was the biggest problem. I don't like losing but it's a challenge all the managers at this club have had. "I've told them they're not going to get the answer from me, but if you want to play at this club, it has to mean more".
"Of course, you learn about players and now is not the time to talk about making wholesale changes in the squad that's been doing so great", the United boss said.
But a top-four finish is now on the line as sixth-placed United suffered a sixth defeat in eight games across all competitions. "But we play on Friday and that's the game we have influence on".
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Anybody can see that it is the players that should be taking the blame for the recent string of poor performances and not Solskjaer - so backing the manager over the next few months with be vital if United are to turn things around next season. "We've got to dust ourselves down fairly quickly and go again this week".
"And City game is the flawless one, there's no hiding place on the pitch, I've said it so many times, and the fans will back you whatever result there will be as long as you give that effort, against a City side that is very good". "When I'm out and about or walking my dogs, United fans are coming up to me saying, "We'd rather City win the league than Liverpool". The boys have done fantastic.
Solskjær said he expected Pep Guardiola's side to be aggressive and foul his players in the 178th derby. "We have got to be ready for their pressing, they have got quality on the ball, so we have got to defend well and when we win the ball we have got to be ready for their aggression, ..."
"They will snap at your ankles and heels and kick you", said the 46-year-old.