- The Red Devils have enjoyed progression on the log since the arrival of the Norwegian on interim basis in December
- They will hope they can inflict pains on their rivals to maintain their top four position at the end of proceedings at Old Trafford on Sunday
Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer seems undisturbed ahead of his side's crunch Premier League clash against Liverpool at Old Trafford this weekend.
The Norwegian was spotted wearing relaxed smiles as he stepped out to enjoy sumptuous dinner with friends at a restaurants in Hale Barns in Cheshire on Friday evening.
With the Red Devils hoping to finish among the top four teams at the end of the season, claiming all three points in this weekend's encounter will be their major target.
United rose to fourth position on the EPL log with just one point above Arsenal and Chelsea having avoided defeat in the league since Solskjaer's arrival in December
SunSport quoting MailOnline reports that the manager has been able to restore happiness back into the dressing.
Unlike what it was before Jose Mourinho was axed after his many struggles with the players late last year.
Meanwhile, many believe that the former striker will not be offered the job on permanent basis as Mauricio Pochettino lurking around to take the job.
But his unbeaten run so far in all domestic competition puts him at a vantage position to be given the managerial position vacant at the club.
The only defeat Solskjaer has suffered since December was the 2-0 Champions League defeat to Paris Saint-Germain last week.
Not only has the manager been able to revitalised the team, he has also got Paul Pogba firing on all cylinders with the Frenchman scoring eight goals in his last nine EPL appearances.
Others too have upgraded their games as they continue to help the team contend for titles with the season fast running to an end.
He will also be hoping Alexis Sanchez can rediscover himself as he has been under heavy criticism since he moved to Old Trafford in January 2018.
Two goals from Xherdan Shaqiri and one from Sadio Mane ensured the home team claimed maximum points after regulation period.
While Jesse Lingard's first half equaliser was rendered a consolation after his side failed to turn up in the second half.