The former Red Devils midfielder believes the vision the Norwegian has is very special and should be very useful for the team.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was hired by Manchester United to replace Jose Mourinho last December.
And according to a former Red Devils footballer Park Ji-sung, the Norwegian has a special vision that deserves to be praised.
“I believe he was the best man for Man Utd at that time,” Park told Goal.
“He was interim manager which was a very good option for both the club and Ole because they both have an opportunity.”
“Ole was different in the way he watches football,” he added.
“When he was watching the game from the bench, he was always thinking about ‘how can I change the game when I get into the pitch’.”
“It’s not an easy way of thinking, and I believe it was a perfect attitude for every player,” he said.
“I believe there was a psychological issue.”
He explained: “At the beginning of his time as a manager at Man Utd, there was a strong motivation for finishing top four and also Champions League.”
“But, after they knocked out of the Champions League, and lost a game in the league, they suffered from the pressure,” he added.
“I believe that kind of psychological pressure was hard for the players.”