Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer says that the emergence of teenage sensation Mason Greenwood will not stop his side going for more players as they try to bridge the gap between them and Liverpool and Manchester City.
Solskjaer is developing a three-pronged attack of Marcus Rashford, Anthony Martial and Greenwood which has proved the most exciting forward line in recent memory.
Yet despite this blessing partnership, Solskjaer remains cautious about the 18-year-old’s development.
The Norwegian is keen on strengthening his side and this evident on how he as so determined to sign Erling Braut Haaland in January, joined the race for Timo Werner and has monitored Moussa Dembele among others.
It is understood that Solskjaer has prioritised signing Borussia Dortmund's Jadon Sancho to join a Man United attack blessed with youth, speed, brilliant technique and goals galore.
The manner in which Solskjaer has nurtured Greenwood, while also helping to turn Rashford and Martial into 20-goal-a-season forwards may help his attempts to convince Sancho to head to Old Trafford.
The former City academy graduate is good friends with Rashford, who believes Solskjaer deserves credit for providing a path for Greenwood, while also forming such a thrilling attack in such a short space of time.
Solskjaer has proven his faith - but it still won’t stop him pushing for Sancho to join the party.