David Beckham and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer played together at Manchester United and he is the last of the 'Class of 1992' members to comment on the Man United manager's efforts and progress at the club.
The Inter Miami owner in the MLS has praised his former team mate's work at the club, saying 'he is doing a good job'.
Although there are talks in the media that Ole will be let go in the summer, Beckham believes that what Ole has done is well enough and commendable.
The ex-midfielder told Sky Sports: "I think he's doing a good job. The fact that he's stepped in and stepped up, and that he continues to be positive about players, he's got that from the boss [Sir Alex Ferguson]. He would never criticise a player from his club and Ole has been exactly the same."
The Red Devils play today at Old Trafford against Club Brugge in the second leg of their Europa League tie, after playing out to a 1-1 draw in Belgium.
Solskjaer has won 36 and lost 19 of his 71 matches in charge in all competitions.