Shaw hails ‘unbelievable’ Solskjaer as he urges players to repay Man Utd boss

Luke Shaw has urged his Manchester United team-mates to produce the results Ole Gunnar Solskjaer deserves after his "unbelievable" affect on morale.

The Norwegian's man-management has been highlighted as his greatest quality with plenty questioning whether tactically he is up to the job.

But his interim period at Old Trafford, which saw him win his first eight games in charge, proved what can be achieved once the mood is lifted.

United are in a race for the Champions League and won a crunch clash with Chelsea recently which gives Shaw confidence that the manager's methods will pay dividends.

He told the club's official website : “I think man-management-wise, he’s been unbelievable for the whole squad and he’s brought a smile to everyone’s faces. I think you see that every day.

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“He’s been brilliant and the lads are all really enjoying it and I think even more so now that we’re getting better results. The team are coming back and we’ve got a lot of players back.

“We’ve got an important second half of the season and Ole’s been great. We’re all really enjoying working under him and we need to keep giving him results.”

United's defence has been a problem for them this season with Solskjaer seeing his side concede more than a goal a game.

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They have flirted with a back three recently which has seen Shaw adopt a central berth as opposed to his usual position on the left, but the former Southampton man sees the roles as very interchangeable and has no issue with the tactical switch.

He added: “To be fair, I played it a couple of times last season and it's a role that I have been enjoying,” he said.

“Don't get me wrong – it's not too much different to left-back. I'm still kind of in the same position [of the pitch].

“But I'm enjoying it, and I've said before, wherever the manager wants to play, I'm happy to play and happy to be on the pitch to give my all for the team.”

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