Solskjaer not concerned about his position at Man United
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Solskjaer not concerned about his position at Man United

Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer says has no concerns about his position at the club after a disappointing run of results.

The Red Devils have lost their form in the Premier League, dropping to sixth on the log amid a bright start to the current season. United suffered a 4-2 loss to Leicester City over the weekend and it has raised concerns over Solskjaer's future at Old Trafford. 

"We've progressed over the years -- sixth when I was here for half a season, third, second. You can see the progress. We've signed some players that have raised expectations," Solskjaer told reporters before United host Atalanta on Wednesday.

"There's pressure on me, of course. We've been under pressure before but come through it. I'm just looking forward to the response now and I'm in dialogue with the club all of the time, so that's an open and honest discussion.

"Every team will go through a period and we are in one now of poor form. We know that and we know we need to improve... Hopefully, the reaction will come tomorrow."

Solskjaer signed a three-year contract extension in July, having joined the club initially on an interim basis in December 2018 before his permanent appointment the following year in March.

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