With 14 goals in four league games under Solskjaer’s tutelage, albeit against inferior opposition, United supporters have rediscovered a spring in their steps.
Under the axed Jose Mourinho, the side lost games apathetically, epitomised by the Portuguese’s last game in charge, a 3-1 loss away to arch rivals Liverpool.
As the Red Devils prepare for their toughest test yet under Solskjaer against Spurs, former United captain Neville has explained that the side can lose and still come away with pride.
“What’s important is how United lose, how United draw,” Neville surprisingly told Sky Sports. “Winning is fantastic but, again, it’s how you win.