Ole Gunnar Solskjaer
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, the Manchester United boss, has refused to step down from his position, according to The Sun UK.
The manager is said to be ‘frustrated’ that he is not been given more credit for the job he has done at the club.
Solskjaer will be in charge of the team for Saturday’s trip to Watford with United sitting sixth in the league table.
The Norwegian seems to have lost the support of a large portion of the United dressing room, with senior players like Cristiano Ronaldo and Bruno Fernandes said to be particularly angry.
And The Sun reports on Thursday that the manager has absolutely no intention of resigning and is adamant that he can turn things around.
Solskjaer is also said to be angry that his reign is only being judged by the start of this season and he feels people are forgetting the success he has had.
The 48-year-old Norwegian is of the belief that he has built up enough credit to see out the current poor run of form at the club.