Man United not a laughing stock any more, says Jones

Man United not a laughing stock any more, says Jones earlier reported that Man United stretch their unbeaten run under interim manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to 11 games after beating Fulham 3-0 at the Craven Cottage on Saturday.

"When this draw came out, I gave Manchester United no hope - but now, under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, I think it could go either way".

Last month, with Solskjaer now at the helm at Old Trafford, he signed a deal keeping him at the club until at least 2024.

Players like Paul Pogba, Anthony Martial and Marcus Rashford look revitalised under the caretaker boss but Shearer says Sanchez is still stagnating.

"Perhaps it is easier to play this style of football and not the style of football (Mourinho) asked".

"He does have similarities, of course".

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"Everyone is going to take us seriously now, we've proven that (with Solskjaer), and we're still getting better", Jones said.

Manchester United have since won ten of their 11 matches in all competitions, moving into the top four of the Premier League. I want for us to be able to help him by finding him with good passes.

Herrera is playing as well as at any point since arriving at United for a reported (Guardian) £29m back in 2014 and having been shunted around various roles under Jose Mourinho, he appears to have carved out a niche.

PSG looked clear-cut favourites in December when they were paired with a sorry Manchester United side in the Champions League last 16. The home side created more chances with Andre Schurrle shooting over from seven yards.

United are boosted by the fact that Neymar and Edinson Cavani are both out of the fixture with injury. And finally, it was Pogba (2 goals), who eased United's transition in the final third with some excellent passing and hold-up play in and around the half-spaces. It's a tough period coming up, but these are the games you want to play in, the games you want to be available for.

If the Sweden global is passed fit he is likely to start against the French champions at Old Trafford on Tuesday night. I've said it in the past: we've not achieved anything yet, we're under no illusions but we're heading in the right direction.