The Norwegian coach says he is not worried about his position amid recent speculations.
’s head coach
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer
announced that he is not planning on leaving the Red Devils side following the recent rumors about his position and he admitted that he is working on a long-term plan with the squad.
United who had one of their worst starts on the Premier League so far alongside their recent Champions League defeat have been loading Solskjaer with the pressure that Mauricio Pochettino may return to the club following these events. But ahead of their clash withEverton
the Devils coach said: "I am going to say all my conversations with the club have been planning long term.
"Of course we want results short term but I've had positive good dialogue with the plans we have put in place.
"We have planted a seed, the tree is growing. Some clubs just rip up that tree and see if it is still growing and see if it is still getting water underneath.
"For me I have had a backing all the way since I've come in on the bigger picture. And the club needs to look at the bigger picture, we can't go thinking and reacting to one or two results, we have got to look further back and [ask] what is the direction we are going."
Later he added that the team’s mentality is in the right place and things will be better eventually. Currently
sit in the 15th spot on the table with only two wins on their side.