Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is thoroughly enjoying life as Manchester United's interim manager.
The club legend has been strutting through the halls of Old Trafford with a smile on his face and has injected a new feeling of positivity around the team.
In truth, the club had become bogged down in negativity under the reign of Jose Mourinho and Solskjaer's arrival was exactly what the players needed to turn their fortunes around.
Games against the bigger sides will be the true test of Solskjaer's credentials, but it's a case of so far, so good with two victories in as many games.
United delivered a crushing victory over Cardiff City on his opening game with Marcus Rashford, Anthony Martial and Ander Herrera all scoring with Jesse Lingard adding a brace.
Man Utd 3-1 Huddersfield
Huddersfield United were also given a taste of the newly attacking Red Devils with Paul Pogba at the double and Nemanja Matic scoring the opener.
Frankly, it's just nice to see the man in charge of United walking around with a smile and the latest instalment of 'Inside Old Trafford' has only served to amplify the manager's positivity.
The video series is designed to give supporters a unique glimpse into the match day and the club have released the latest episode after the Huddersfield win.
Solskjaer's comment to fourth official
It hasn't taken long for Solskjaer praise to roll in, with many noting how he treated stewards and club staff as he entered the premises.
It's the kind of behaviour that certainly wasn't present in stock footage of Mourinho making his way into Old Trafford and that wasn't the only moment that was, well, un-Mourinho.
That's because Solskjaer is filmed greeting the fourth official as the players head out for the game and he makes the comment: 'You don't get any bother with me'
You can hear the comment for yourself in the video below (skip to 9:17):
Can you imagine Mourinho making that comment? Of course not.
Amongst other activities that ground on the gears of United fans, Mourinho has a long history of giving fourth officials an earful and he tends to garner his fair share of FA fines.
There were a few intakes of breath when the water bottles went flying during the win over Young Boys, for example.
However, Solskjaer has proven himself to be a true gentleman at the club and this latest comment shows that he tries to carry himself in a respectable manner.
Whether or not Solskjaer stays true to that comment remains to be seen, but even with the pressure of the United job, you wouldn't put it past him.
Supporters will be hoping that this feel good factor can continue all the way to May but tactics, personnel and training aside, Solskjaer has changed the whole United atmosphere for the better.
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