David de Gea says Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has “brought some happiness” back to “the real Manchester United”.
United beat Tottenham 1-0 at Wembley to maintain Solskjaer’s perfect start to life as the club’s interim manager.
The Norwegian is the first United manager to win all six of his opening games in charge, and proved his credentials against a title-chasing Spurs side.
You should read 16 Conclusions on the game, in which De Gea’s 11 saves proved crucial.
“The manager brought some happiness, the players are playing well and the team is very strong now,” the Spaniard told Sky Sports.
“We know how to control the games, how to keep the ball, how to create chances, and that’s very good for us.
“We won the game against a top team, we controlled the first half but in the second half they had chances. I don’t even remember some of the saves so I can’t pick a best.
“This is the real Manchester United.”