Manchester United manager, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, has insisted he still retains the support of the board and players, ahead of this weekend’s trip to Watford in the Premier League.
United have lost six of their last 12 fixture, leaving Solskjaer under pressure at Old Trafford.
But the Norwegian says everyone at United is pulling in the same direction ahead of the trip to Vicarage Road on Saturday.
“I’ve been in contact and communicated with the club as I do all the time.
“The players, the staff, myself, the club; we are working to one goal to improve, get better results.
“The fans are still supporting the team and the club, they’ve been through this period, backed the team through the rebuild. When you lose a game you’re always disappointed and under pressure, we’ve been communicating openly and honestly,” Solskjaer told a news conference on Friday.
Watford have not won a league game at home since the opening day of the season and despite United’s last visit ending in a 2-0 defeat in December 2019, Solskjaer is confident his team can kick-start a run of form ahead of three straight away games.