Watch Solskjaer's press conference
See what Ole said to reporters after today's win at Old Trafford...
What are your feelings about the European Super League? “I have just got the news this afternoon as well and I have seen the news and speculation so I don’t think it is for me to comment on now. We just have to wait and see what happens.” Do you feel in a difficult position as because you are a figurehead of the club you will be asked a lot of questions about the issue, but surely someone from Manchester United has to stand up and tell everyone what is going on here? “As I’ve said I only got the news and speculation this afternoon so I can’t comment until I have seen anymore and it will be an issue for the clubs to comment on. We will just have to wait and see as I have said.” You must be proud that the players have backed up your words to put pressure on City? “I am really proud that we never give up and that we have proven so many times this season our fitness and resilience, we’ve come back, we scored three goals last week, we have had a midweek game and scored three goals in the second half today. Our fitness and confidence and belief has improved so much this season compared to last year and that is big, big progress and as I have said (about catching City) probably unrealistic but stranger things have happened in football and we just have to do our job and see what anyone else does.” Mason has had a bit more of a difficult second season, how confident were you that he was going to come through that? “Very. Very confident because he is a natural footballer, natural finisher. He is a fantastic finisher and I think the improvement in his overall game has been there for everyone to see and I have always known he was going to score goals. That was not an issue. I have liked the variety of his goals, more varied. Today both with his left, last week against Tottenham he went on the outside with his right which is a big thing. He has worked that out himself that, okay I can’t be a one-trick pony going inside on my left. He did that today but last week’s goal with the right was an example of how he has worked on it.” Was Marcus injured when he came off? “I asked him how he was, because he played so well and I think because he played so well and he felt good out there he was trying to force 90 minutes out of himself but he said it was too sore. It is pain that comes after he has played for 60-70 minutes. He lasted for 80 today so that is progress. I thought he played so well in the second half. He made some great runs in the first half as well but we couldn’t find him but in the end Donny (van de Beek) had to come on for him and Donny played well so I was pleased with that one.”