Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has confirmed that his contract at Molde has been torn up as he moves closer to being confirmed as Manchester United manager on a full-time basis.
“I am not here to get excited, I am here to do my job,” said the 46-year-old. “And, of course, that contract issue there.
“You cannot have two contracts when you’re a manager, so that contract was terminated. I am contracted to Man United until the end of June.
“I love managing these boys. I love working here. I am just doing the best I can every single day. If and when a decision is to be made we will have to think about that.
“Everyone likes to get complimented but doesn’t change my approach. I am good at focussing on what I should be focussing on.” Solskjaer has been praised for the feel good factor he has brought to United since returning to the club in December, but he insists the positive approach comes naturally. “I don’t know any other way to approach things,’ he added. ‘You have to look at opportunities. I have always been that way. “The glass is half full not half empty. When I smashed my cheekbone (when he was younger), I started a diary of what opportunities it gave me — loads of fitness work, finishing work.