Manchester United caretaker manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer enjoys a purple patch at Old Trafford ever since he replaced Jose Mourinho back in December
The Premier League giants have been flourishing under the Norwegian, booking 14 triumphs in 17 top-flight outings.
Not only Solskajer has managed to propel Manchester United to the Champions League promotion zone, but he also oversaw a terrific victory his under-strength side clinched at Parc des Princes at midweek.
The Red Devils performed the greatest Champions League comeback ever to dump Paris Saint-Germain out of the competition.
During his interview with RT, the Portuguese tactician has praised his Manchester United successor Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, also hailing Ajax’s boss Erik ten Hag in process.
“In terms of players, I was immediately thinking about [Dusan] Tadic, because he was a key player in that amazing match.
“But I think independent of the performances, Ajax and Manchester United results are phenomenal results, and if the responsibility in the bad days is for the managers, the responsibility of the good days is then also for the managers.
“So for me, [Erik] ten Hag from Ajax and Solskjaer from Manchester United. Incredible results, so credit to them.”
The 56-year-old has also refused to confirm or deny the possibility of taking charge of Real Madrid amid talks linking him with a potential return to the Estadio Santiago Bernabeu.
“Honestly I don’t know, speculations are speculations,” he stated.
“I never hide it – I’m in a very calm situation. I’m not desperate to work at all. I’m studying. I’m doing things that I can’t do when I’m working.
“I’m on this side of the cameras, which is a good perspective for me too.
“I don’t know, probably I hope to be working in the summer. Working happily in the next pre-season, June, July.
“But there is nothing at all to say. I promise, if one day there is anything to say, I will let you know.”