Manchester United leftback Luke Shaw says the mood in their camp is positive.
And that’s all thanks to coach Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, who is expected to be named permanent manager soon.
The Red Devils went down to Arsenal in the Premier League this past weekend – their first league loss under Solskjaer.
But as they gear up for a trip to Wolves in Saturday’s FA Cup quarterfinal, Shaw says they will do so in good heart.
He explains: “It’s really enjoyable to be around [the squad], and all the positive stuff is, I feel, showing on the pitch with each player.
“Ole’s been really good to me since the day he’s come in.
“What’s good with Ole is the way that he speaks to me off the pitch.
“He’s real positive manager and he makes me feel even more confident than I already am with some of the stuff he says to me.
“I’m sure it’s not just for me. He does it with a lot of the players and I see the difference in most of the team.”