Manchester United beat Brighton 2-0 in the Premier League this weekend.
And with this win, the Red Devils have now managed to pick up seven wins out of seven games under their new caretaker boss.
Ever since Solskjaer has taken charge of the club, the mood inside the stadium as well as the dressing room as changed.
And one player who seems to have benefited the most from the departure of Jose Mourinho is midfielder Paul Pogba.
Pogba had a poor start to the season and after a few months into the new campaign the World Cup winner reportedly had a falling out with Mourinho.
But now that the Portuguese has left the club, Paul Pogba seems to have found his rhythm back.
The Frenchman has been given more freedom by Solskjaer which has helped Pual Pogba play his natural brand of football.
The midfielder has been involved in a number of key goals during the past seven games and he himself has managed to score a series of goals.
And one such goal came during the Brighton game from the penalty spot.
Paul Pogba converted from the spot after going through his famous unusual runup.
The player has received a lot of slack for his slow and pausing runup during the season and now finally, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has chosen to talk about Paul Pogba’s stance.
‘He has scored quite a few goals hasn’t he, so if he’s comfortable with it, as long as the ball goes in the net,’ Solskjaer said.
‘I wouldn’t have done it that way, but the way he strikes the ball is good enough,
When previously asked about it, Pogba said: ‘I always try to destabilise the ‘keeper, I always shoot like this and that’s how I know how to take penalties.
‘I might change [the style] because maybe the keepers are starting to know my step. The most important [thing] is that the ball goes in.’
Manchester United will travel to London next weekend in order to take on Arsenal in the fourth round of the FA Cup and the United fans will once again be hoping to see a Paul Pogba masterclass.