Ole Gunnar Solskjaer insists he retains the confidence of Manchester United fans in what he is trying to achieve amid uncertainty over his future in charge.
The Norwegian hit back at “made up, blatant lies”, following reports on Tuesday he will be sacked if United lose their next games against Tottenham and Manchester City.
Premier League draws against Sheffield United and Aston Villa have left United in the midst of their worst start to a top-flight campaign in 31 years, as Solskjaer prepares to face predecessor Jose Mourinho at Old Trafford on Wednesday.
“For me, I can just go on the evidence of the game days and supporters I’ve met,” the United boss said.
“There’s not many I’ve met and say that you’ve got to do something different. They can see what we’re trying to do.
“They know there’s a lot of work being done behind the scenes – putting a culture in the team, what we’re trying to do here.
“We just need results, that’s the evidence for us. The six games we’ve drawn this year, I feel we should’ve won.”