Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has enjoyed the dream start as caretaker manager of Manchester United, winning all six of his games in charge so far.
The Norwegian has turned the Red Devils’ poor form upside down, as well as completely transforming the once gloomy mood around Old Trafford.
Six wins from six games has also seen United enter the race for fifth, and maybe even fourth. They are now level on points with Arsenal in fifth, and they’ll be targeting Chelsea in fourth, who are six points ahead as things stand.
United moved into that position following a hugely impressive win over Tottenham away from home on Sunday afternoon, on occasion that was meant to ‘properly test’ Solskjaer’s managerial ability.
And just like all of his reign so far, he didn’t disappoint. So, what has Solskjaer got so right in his time back at the club? How is he managing what Jose Mourinho and many before him failed to achieve?