Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has revealed that he is in no hurry to discuss new terms with the club.
The Norwegian has transformed the club since taking over from Jose Mourinho in December 2018 with United currently one of the league's title contenders.
"I have not thought about that, and we have not discussed it at all. I am just focusing on doing my job and, as you say, part of the job is to stabilize things. We have a job to do in order to find consistency on the pitch. Outside the pitch, it is still a crisis if you lose a game.
"If you concede a goal in stoppage time against Everton, it still creates big headlines. That can happen in football. But on the inside, it is more stable. We feel like we are on our way towards what we sat down and discussed," the Norwegian told VG.
The manager who has 18 months left on his current deal has been in charge of 127 games at United winning 71 of them, drawing 27, and losing 29.
Solskjær: "I’ve been influenced by working 15 years with him [Sir Alex]. We’re different personalities but I do manage the way that I think is the right way. I don’t ask anyone how I should. It’s probably just in my personality." #mulive [mu]— utdreport (@utdreport) February 13, 2021