Cape Town - Manchester United attacking midfielder Jesse Lingard says the squad
is settled under caretaker-manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and only expects them
The Red Devils are on a run of 10 games unbeaten following
the Norwegian's appointment in December and the players appear to be enjoying
their football again after failing to fire under Jose Mourinho.
Saturday sees them travel to Fulham before Solskjaer's side
switch their attention to Champions League matters, with Paris Saint-Germain
heading to Old Trafford on Tuesday.
Victory in both games would only further the calls for the
manager to be given the job on a permanent basis.
Lingard has suggested that would be a decision welcomed by
the players, especially with everyone now seemingly pulling together at Old
The England international said: “We got that run of games
that we needed, and the momentum is going now.
“He understands the way we play, he has got the lads firing.
We understand the tactics, we've got a structure now and hopefully we can go
United's recent improvement has lifted them to fifth in the
table and are just two points adrift of fourth-place Chelsea.