Ole Gunnar Solskjaer appears to have aimed a dig in the direction of former Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho.
The Norwegian who took over the United hot seat following the dismissal of Mourinho has suggested that much needed to change at the club.
Solksjaer was initially appointed as the man to lead the Old Trafford outfit on an interim basis but impressed enough to be given the job on a permanent basis.
The 47-year-old Solskjaer has now suggested that the club has only recently started to show signs of returning to its former glory following his intervention to rectify the issues which he had inherited.
Mourinho was due to lock horns with his former employer when United were set to visit the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium on Sunday.
The Premier League announced earlier today that all matches will be suspended until at least April 4th following medical advice in wake of the coronavirus pandemic.
He told Goal: “I felt a lot needed to be changed.
“I believe that we’re going places. I believe that we’re on the track that Man United need to be on.
“There are different cultures at different clubs and different ways of doing things and I believe in the way we do things at Man United now.
“I don’t necessarily believe in everything we’ve done before but at the moment I believe in what we’re doing.”
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