Manchester United can't stay unbeaten under Solskjaer - Herrera

Manchester United can't stay unbeaten under Solskjaer - Herrera

Gary Lineker took to social media to praise Marcus Rashford for his performance after Manchester United claimed a 1-0 win at Leicester City on Sunday afternoon.

Ander Herrera, Juan Mata and Ashley Young, who are all out of contract in the summer, have been offered new deals by United.

Belgium striker Lukaku believes a competitive spirit has returned to United, who have won nine matches out of 10 in an astonishing unbeaten run under their interim manager. "So let's go for Fulham, and then we will think about PSG".

The report adds that Herrera is keen on extending his stay at Old Trafford despite interest from his former club Athletic Bilbao.

"In the Premier League, it's impossible to go unbeaten from when the manager came in - to have 25 or 30 games unbeaten", Herrera said.

"The best way to prepare for the PSG game [in the Champions League next Tuesday] is to try and win at Fulham [on Saturday], and that's the way I think".

The Brazilian endured a hard six months under Mourinho and confided in Manchester City ace Fernandinho about his early struggles in the north-west.

"We know we've got plenty of things to work on and I think we'll see that progression in the next few weeks because it's going to be a tough and enjoyable February".

Solskjaer's team needed two good saves from David De Gea and some strong defending to record a first clean sheet since Jan.13 and ensure a fifth successive away win for the first time since 2012.

But they got the job done, securing another clean sheet, which were in short supply under Jose Mourinho; which was surprising and frustrating because of the Portuguese's reputation for defensive solidity and the dour nature of the football his United were playing. I feel very good at the moment, I feel in form, I can run a lot and recover the ball and I feel good when I have it on my feet.

"We know we will play against a team that is, for me, one of the favourites in this tournament".

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