Manchester United striker, Marcus Rashford, has revealed that interim manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer instructs the players, to focus on attacking even when they don’t have the ball.
The change in approach has seen United win 14 wins in 19 games under the Norwegian’s management.
However, Rashford admits it’s a ‘risky’ style of play.
“He’s come in and the first thing he was going on to us all about was about playing forward.
“And playing forward when you see the pass, which usually if you look up straight away, the pass is on straight away.
“I think getting that, planting that seed in people’s minds, now you’ll start to see that people are looking for the forwards now.
“When the other team have the ball, we have one eye on our defensive duties, but then another eye is on, if we win it back, ‘Where’s space? Where can we go?’