Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has the full backing of the Manchester United dressing room.
That's according to Scott McTominay, who has come out in support of his boss after Mauricio Pochettino was linked with the Norwegian's position.
Man United have started the season poorly and are currently down in 16th having lost two of their opening three Premier League fixtures.
Last time out the Red Devils were battered 6-1 by Tottenham, and reports emerged following the embarrassing display that Solskjaer's job may be at risk.
United have long been linked with former Spurs boss Pochettino, who has yet to return to management since being sacked by the north London club in 2019.
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But McTominay has spoken out in support of his boss, suggesting there is no ill feeling in the dressing room and that the club is unified in turning things around.
The Scot told TV2: "The whole club is behind him. We believe in every word he says, and it's not just him. We trust every word from Mike Phelan, Kieran McKenna, Michael Carrick, the entire support staff."
McTominay's comment comes amid claims Bruno Fernandes is angry with Man United's broken promises.
It has been reported that the Portuguese believes United haven't strengthened with the calibre of player he was hoping this summer and that the club are still someway behind rivals Liverpool and Man City.
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