Paul Pogba can lead Manchester United to 'great things', says Anthony Martial

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It has been a remarkable turnaround in fortunes for Manchester United, who have gone from having their worst start to a season in nearly three decades under Jose Mourinho to being the form side in Europe, picking up 22 points from a possible 24 under Solskjaer. "We must be concentrated and strong, positive to show our personality during the game".

And, in a clear dig at the direction Mourinho took United, Lingard has hailed Solskjaer for returning the club to its roots of attacking football.

Manchester United star Jesse Lingard has taken a clear dig at former manager Jose Mourinho by claiming the club are back to their "old" ways under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.

Ahead of Saturday's Premier League game between Fulham and Manchester United, Sports Mole looks at how the visitors could line up at Craven Cottage.

The hero of the 1999 UEFA Champions League final has turned Manchester United's fortunes into the good and has brought back the glory days at Old Trafford.

Having returned to boyhood club Everton for last season, the former England global joined D.C United in Major League Soccer.

In contrast, Fulham are seven points from safety and have won only once in their last five league games, but Ranieri does not think his team should be completely written off.

Paul Pogba is the most obvious case, the France midfielder struggling badly under Mourinho but quickly showing his class in United's revival.

United's impressive form has put Solskjaer in contention for the manager's full-time.

First of all, although Ince has been managing longer than Solskjaer, he did not manage the Manchester United Reserves or any of the other youth sides - whereas the latter has.

Rooney was let go from Manchester United by Jose Mourinho, and he reiterated his belief that Mauricio Pochettino should be employed as the Portuguese's replacement.

Solskjaer is yet to receive a permanent job at the Old Trafford.

"I remember him as a player, against Chelsea". He got the players backing him straight away. "His career's open, and I wish him all the best".

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