Romelu Lukaku has credited Ole Gunnar Solskjaer with his upturn in form – and revealed how Manchester United’s caretaker boss shocked him on his first day in the job.
Lukaku has scored in every game he has played under the Norwegian including in the 2-0 FA Cup win over Reading on Saturday.
And the Belgian has told of how Solskjaer handed him a complete analysis of his game upon his return to Old Trafford.
“Movement-wise, and stuff like that, but obviously he knows the type of striker that I am,” he said.
“I think from the first day when I came back in, he did a total analysis of my game and I was really surprised.
“He helped me a lot and I am looking forward to keeping on working with him.
“He talks to me all the time, all the time and I like that, and he plays in a way that I like to play, and also the rest of the team.
“We are just enjoying our football right now, but he wants us to win and we want to win.”
Solskjaer has become the first United manager in history to win each of his first five games in charge of the Red Devils.
But he faces he toughest test yet as he takes his side to Wembley on Sunday to face Tottenham.