Newly appointed Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is sure that the Red Devils can win the Premier League title under his watch.
Manchester United have won the Premier League title since 2013 when Sir Alex Ferguson masterminded an 11th Premier League triumph.
It was the legendary manager’s final season in management.
In his first press conference as the permanent Manchester United manager, Solskjaer told reporters that the target is to win the Premier League title.
When asked if that goal is still a possibility this season, the Norwegian football manager said that it would be a tall order with Liverpool and defending champions Manchester City miles ahead of the chasing pack led by North London giants Tottenham Hotspur.
Solskjaer will start his full-time managerial era at the club with a home game against Watford in the Premier League.
The former club striker has impressed a great deal in three months since the 46-year-old was named the interim manager at Old Trafford.
He was able to revive the fortunes of the Red Devils who were having a disastrous season by the time Solskjaer was made manager.
The Norwegian football manager has led Manchester United to within two points of the top-four places in addition to a quarterfinal spot in the Champions League.