"We weren't happy at half time, I don't think we can be too happy with the performance and that's a good thing", said Solskjaer, who flew to France immediately after the game to watch Champions League opponents PSG face Lyon on Sunday night. Now for Fulham, then we will think about PSG'.
"The Premier League is so tough, [Manchester] City is a fantastic team and they lost away at Newcastle the other day".
In fact, United have kept away clean sheets in their last three league matches under Solskjaer - with the penalty Victor Camarasa netted for Cardiff in the Norwegian's first match in charge the only Premier League away goal United have conceded during his reign.
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"This competitive spirit is coming back out of each player, it has already started in training when we play small-sided matches, 6 vs 6, 8 vs 8, you can see it the players want to prove themselves to the manager."
While the traveling supporters went back with joy, the same can not be said about the fans of Leicester City.
Solskjaer seemingly refused to criticise Alexis though it's interesting he chooses to praise the winger's defensive work and makes no mention of any offensive play. "If I go back to Molde, I will do my best for them - but it depends when I go back".
'I can not lie, I'm feeling good. "I think playing regularly has brought the best out of Ander". I feel in form, I can run a lot and recover the ball and I feel good when I have it at my feet.
Claude Puel's side welcomed Manchester United to the King Power Stadium, in what turned out to be a cagey and tight affair, resulting in a narrow win for the visitors.
But the former Athletic Bilbao midfielder is relaxed about the situation, saying: 'I focus on Fulham.