Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will “sit down” with Ed Woodward and discuss the club’s transfer plans when they have something in the “pipeline”.
The Norwegian has made the perfect start to his interim tenure at Old Trafford, becoming the first United manager since Sir Matt Busby to win his first four league games, leading to increased speculation that he may be given the job full-time.
And Solskjaer is sure that his opinion will count when he eventually sits down to discuss the club’s transfer plans for the January window.
“I am sure they have got plans for this transfer window,” Solskjaer said. “The club has probably had a plan since the summer and the year before.
“The structure of the club is phenomenal so I am sure they have got their targets.
“I am here to voice my opinion on that and I am sure we will sit down, me and Ed, if they have got anything in the pipeline.
“I am here now to work with the ones that I have got. They have all performed and as long as they perform, they should always be given a chance. That is my job – to improve the team and individuals.”