United striker Lukaku a doubt for FA Cup quarter-final


Manchester United take on Wolverhampton Wanderers at Molineux on Saturday night in the quarter finals of the FA Cup.

'Because they're property of other clubs but we should look for quality players, definitely, and players who could improve us as a team.

"Obviously you want to play big games, but when the draw is coming up you're kind of thinking you want the easiest draw possible, so we can get through. We've got a decision to make [on Saturday] on who's match fit".

'So there's so many things that we need to think about'.

"But they've turned it around completely now, they're a different club at the moment". "You're always measured on results but we played a good game against Arsenal". "To win trophies you've got to win at least one or two really tough games that are like defining moments", said the Treble victor.

Wolves have not won the FA Cup since 1960.

Midfield: Nemanja Matic made a successful return from injury during Man Utd's league defeat at Arsenal last weekend so he should retain his place in the holding role while Paul Pogba is expected to once again start in the middle of the park. "So I don't agree with Gary Neville when he says that teams should go out of this and this to focus on that".

The Spanish giants are one of the favourites to lift the trophy in Madrid in May but Solskjaer, who will return to the scene of his most famous United goal in the second leg at the Nou Camp on April 16, says the 3-1 win over Paris Saint-Germain at the Parc des Princes is proof they can beat anyone.

"I remember thinking the Old Trafford atmosphere at the time wasn't as loud or boisterous as I'd expected", he said.

"He's probably got his reasons why he left", Solskjaer said.

"And of course that VAR, even though for me it's a penalty, you can still be unlucky and not get it in the last minute and then we'd be out and no one would really remember the PSG performance".