Revealed! Solskjaer unhappy at United despite wins, see reason
It has been hinted that interim manager Ole Gunnar Solsjkaer is still unhappy at the club despite being unbeaten since he took charge at the club.
Ole Gunnar Solsjkaer was handed the opportunity to take over as United manager on a temporal basis immediately after former manager Jose Mourinho was sacked in December last year.
Since taking over, there have been changes in the United team with players now becoming happier off the pitch with their form improving by the day.
All of these are reasons for Ole Gunnar Solsjkaer to be happy but he claims he still has one regret.
He made it clear that he is unhappy and disappointed because he failed to win the game against Burnley as he had anticipated three points in the game.
While noting that there are a number of games left to be played, he was not happy he did not win the game against Burnley.
However, Ole Gunnar Solsjkaer has handed the big hope to the Red Devils for a Champions League football having pushed now to the fourth position in the league table ahead of Arsenal and Chelsea.
It is still unclear of the decision has been made to have him take the job on a permanent basis.