“We can only play the opposition once from now until the end, anyway. So it won’t make too big a difference to think about the others.”
After their past two matches, Solskjaer believes tonight’s clash with Southampton at Old Trafford offers the opportunity for his side to prove they are not stuck in a rut.
Their 13-game unbeaten run in the top flight was ended in their last home match while the Saints are looking to bounce back from three straight defeats having not won since beating Liverpool on January 4.
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Solskjaer continued: “We want to get that mojo back, that spark. We want to keep trying to dominate games, but we need a little bit of brightness, that spark in the last third and take our chances.
“Every team is in the same situation and position. Whoever recovers the best and performs the best, whoever’s coping with the situation the best, will win.
“We want to put a run together. Since November 1, we’ve lost against Sheffield United and that’s the only defeat we’ve had in the league.