Lingard sends Premier League title warning to rivals after Solskjaer change

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Marcus Rashford has been handed Manchester United's "Player of the Month" award for January following a scintillating month under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.

Although the 2-2 draw against Burnley was a minor setback, a ten game unbeaten run in all competitions consisting of away wins against the likes of Tottenham Hotspur and Arsenal is nothing to be sniffed at...

Prior to his arrival the travel-shy Red Devils had scraped only one win on the road in six outings, registering just three victories in their previous 11 top-flight away games.

Manchester United interim boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is now in "pole position" to land the job on a permanent basis, reports say, following the Norwegian's outstanding start in the dugout at Old Trafford.

"They think it opens the pitch up, they felt that Jose Mourinho was too preoccupied with the opponents and too nervous about protecting his defence to let Manchester United go at opponents".

Manchester United are in fifth place in the Premier League table and two points behind fourth-placed Chelsea FC.

In contrast, Fulham are seven points from safety and have won only once in their last five league games, but Ranieri does not think his team should be completely written off.

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Rashford has scored six goals since the former Manchester United striker became their new manager nearly two months ago.

Paul Pogba is the most obvious case, the France midfielder struggling badly under Mourinho but quickly showing his class in United's revival.

First of all, although Ince has been managing longer than Solskjaer, he did not manage the Manchester United Reserves or any of the other youth sides - whereas the latter has.

Mauricio Pochettino has previously said he was fully committed to delivering results in his current job but that has done little to quell speculation about his future at Tottenham.

The new agreement would keep him at Old Trafford until 2024 and make him one of the Premier League's highest paid stars.

"I remember him as a player, against Chelsea". He's shown all the players are with him.

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