Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is working wonders at Manchester United.
When he took over in December from Jose Mourinho, the club was in a bad state.
They were sixth in the Premier League and staring at missing out on Champions League qualification.
There was also a bad feeling at the club as Mourinho clashed with his players on numerous occasions.
But, Solskjaer has completely transformed United's fortunes.
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He's managed 17 games for the club and has won 14 of them.
United are now 4th in the league and have progressed to the quarter-finals of the Champions League after their miraculous comeback victory against PSG on Wednesday night.
Gary Neville was working as a pundit last night and hosted an interview with his former teammate after the game.
In that very interview Neville claims he heard Man United's players signing Solskjaer's name in the dressing room.
Neville said on BeIn Sports, per the Mirror: "The thing is about a group of players - I heard them actually through the dressing room door singing your name, they absolutely love you don't they?"
And Solskjaer replied: "I don't know! But they get results and we have a good relationship I have to say. And it's been fantastic coaching them.
"The players I think they enjoy us [the Man United coaching staff]. We just want them to improve, we want them to have nights like this."
It seems United's players really do love Solskjaer.
The Norwegian manager also claimed that his side have what it takes to win their fourth Champions League title.
"We can go all the way," said Solskjaer, per BBC Sport. "Of course we fancy ourselves, but we just have to wait for the draw and then take the game as it comes."
"It's a typical Manchester United night. We had a game-plan and the belief in the boys was what we hoped for. Everyone shares a huge pride.
"The players were really great. They were focused, they listened to all the instructions like in training, and on the pitch they knew that we had to defend well. There was a lot of quality."News Now - Sport News