The Manchester United manager position has been the subject of much speculation since Jose Mourinho was sacked, but now it looks like there's only one candidate to take the reigns at Old Trafford - Ole Gunnar Solskjaer. The Norweigan is a legend at Man Utd after enjoying a glittering playing career with the Red Devils under Sir Alex Ferguson and he's evidently taken some of the Scots advice on board in his new position.
The 46 year-old was a surprise choice to come in as the clubs interim boss before a full-time successor for Mourinho is appointed in the summer, but the unbelievable success of Solskjaer has made him the runaway favourite with odds of 1/9. Man Utd have won 14 of their 17 games since he returned to the club in December and it just looks like a matter of time before Ed Woodward and the board make his move a permanent one.
There's been a number of impressive results and performances under him but Wednesday nights win over PSG in Paris was one the great European nights in the clubs proud history. United battled against all the odds to somehow roll out 3-1 winners at the Parc des Princes to send the travelling support into delirium, whilst condemning the likes of Kylian Mbappe, Gianluigi Buffon and Neymar to yet another disappointing early Champions League exit.
Winning in Paris with a full strength side would've been classed as big achievement but to do it with 10 first team regulars missing - along with ending the 90 minutes with 6 players under the age of 23 - has made it so much more impressive. Solskjaer has brought Manchester United back seemingly from the dead and they'll be confident that they can beat anyone going into next Friday's UEFA Champions League draw.