Gary Neville thinks there would be a massive backlash at Manchester United if Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was not offered the manager’s job on a permanent basis.
The Norwegian took over as interim boss in December after Jose Mourinho was sacked following a number of poor displays by his side.
Since then, Solskjaer has led United on an incredible run of results that has catapulted them into top four contention in the Premier League.
Their latest result came in the form of a 0-0 draw at home to arch-rivals Liverpool, who are top of the league after earning the point.
“Three months ago if it was 0-0 at home they would have been singing ‘attack, attack, attack’,” Neville told Sky Sports after the game.
“They were singing “Ole Gunnar Solskjaer” all of the second-half. The mood has completely transformed.
“He has the crowd with him. I think at this moment in time if you’re the board you are not in a position where you could give it to someone else, I think there would be a mutiny.
“The fans love him. They were getting behind the team in the second-half but mostly they were singing for him.”