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Ole Gunnar Solskjaer doesn't fear for his job at Manchester United despite Premier League sacking season being in full swing as he prepares for Jose Mourinho's return to Old Trafford

* Manchester United are preparing to host Tottenham on Wednesday evening
* Manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has won just four of 14 league games this season
* But the Norwegian insists he doesn't fear for his job amid 'sacking season'
* Arsenal, Spurs and Watford have all sacked their managers in recent weeks
* Solskjaer insists he is part of a long-term plan to improve things at Old Trafford


Ole Gunnar Solskjaer isn't worried about his future at Manchester United after a spate of Premier League sackings and believes he still has the backing of the Old Trafford board.

The pressure is building on Solskjaer again with United in mid-table having managed only four league wins this season ahead of Wednesday night's clash against Tottenham led by his predecessor Jose Mourinho.

Former Spurs boss Mauricio Pochettino one of three recent top-flight managerial casualties along with Arsenal's Unai Emery and Quique Sanchez Flores of Watford is ready to return to work and would be the leading contender if United decided to make a change.


Ole Gunnar Solskjaer doesn't fear for his job despite a poor start to Man United's season

Asked if he was worried about his job now sacking season is in full swing, Solskjaer said: 'No, it doesn't make me more concerned.

'It's that time of year and it's never nice to see colleagues lose their jobs. But I think everyone knows continuity is one of the keys of success. Some clubs have more patience than others, some clubs don't have that time and continuity.

'For me, with United, we have a plan in place and hopefully we can get the results to speed it up. Sometimes it doesn't go at the speed you want to but it's still going in the right direction.

'We (Solskjaer and United chief Ed Woodward) speak all the time so it's not knee-jerk suddenly now we need to talk.

'I just know I have a set of values and beliefs. The club have values and beliefs and we have made these decisions together.

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Premier League unless stated

Wednesday Tottenham Hotspur (H)

Saturday Manchester City (A)

December 12 AZ Alkmaar (H) Europa League group stage

December 15 Everton (H)

December 18 Colchester United (H) EFL Cup quarter-finals

December 22 Watford (A)
Solskjaer replaced Mourinho a year ago this month and was reluctant on Tuesday to discuss the state of the club he inherited from the Portuguese coach.

'I don't really have to go into that, I think it was clear to see,' he added. 'When you change manager halfway through the season the club isn't where it's supposed to be.'

Paul Pogba, who had a particularly strained relationship with Mourinho, is not yet fit to return after injury but Scott McTominay and Nemanja Matic have a better chance.

'I don't think whoever the manager of the opposition team is will change their motivation,' said Solskjaer of his players. 'They are motivated to do well for United.'

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