Manchester United head coach, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has stated that his team remains on the right track despite dropping two points at home to resurgent Everton.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and his side had to endure a frustrating afternoon from the Everton but Solskjaer insist there is no call for alarm.
Speaking to press after the match, Solskjaer said: We’ve really enjoyed it, I think we’re on the right track. One 10-minute spell here was poor, just before they scored, but I’m not going to change my mind from before the weekend.
“I’m looking forward to going into work again because these boys want to improve and learn.
“You always want wins, and you want the momentum to carry on, but we’ve had three wins since the Aston Villa draw.
“We’ve taken a few steps forward and this is not a big step backwards, it’s more of a stand-still, not improving. We are, as a team and a group, going forward.”
Mason Greenwood’s 77th-minute equaliser was what United needed to claim a 1-1 draw as the result left United sixth in the Premier League.