- Ole Solskjaer has explained that his wards are ready for any team this season
- Manchester United are currently occupying second position on the EPL table
- The Red Devils will be facing Aston Villa in their next Premier League encounter
Ole Solskjaer who is the gaffer of Premier League side Manchester United has explained that his wards have the belief that they can beat any club this term in the English topflight.
This latest development comes following Manchester United's Premier League win over Wolves on Tuesday night, December 29.
Manchester United players went into this game with hopes of seeking redemption and they did themselves lots of good by recording an absolute win in the Premier League match.
The Red Devils' win over Wolves has sent the Old Trafford landlords to second position on the Premier League table behind leaders Liverpool.
According to the report on Daily Mail, Ole Solskjaer explained that it is still early for Manchester United to be talking about winning the Premier League title.
''We are a different outfit now, better mentally and physically. That belief has come through performances and results and players that we have on the pitch that can change games in a second.
''We brought it up early in pre-season the need to add more points on the board towards the end of games. That's something we do as a club done that quite a few times this season.
''The belief is there they think we can win against anyone, anywhere.''
Aston Villa will be hosting Manchester United in their next Premier League game which is expected to be a tough one.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Manchester United chiefs reportedly made final conclusion to allow France international Paul Pogba to leave Old Trafford next summer with Juventus and Real Madrid interested.
Paul Pogba has not been having it rosy this season in the Premier League with Manchester United and there have been reports of his agent Mino claiming that his clients wants to leave.
And since the outburst by Mino Raiola, there have been reports that the World Cup winner could be joining Spanish champions Real Madrid or Italian giants Juventus.
But these two clubs must have it at the back of their minds that Manchester United will be demanding heavy sum of money for them to allow Pogba to leave.
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