Ole Gunnar Solskjaer insists he is still the right man to manage Manchester United.
Manchester United have been left reeling following a woeful run of six defeats in eight games.
The fallen giants were left embarrassed by Sunday’s 4-0 hammering at Everton that caused serious damage to their hopes of securing Champions League qualification.
Since being made permanent boss in March, Solskjaer has seen United crash out of the Champions League, FA Cup and drop out of the Premier League’s top four.
Some critics are now questioning if United executive vice chairman Ed Woodward was took quick to appoint Solskjaer.
Woodward’s other option was to have waited until the summer before making a decision, with Maurcio Pochettino also a candidate.
United have a huge rebuilding job to do this summer, but Solskjaer is convinced he is the man to do it and to lead the club back to the top.
He said: “Well, I would like to say yes, but it’s not down to me to say that.
“I’m confident in my team and myself to take this challenge on, it’s a big challenge and when I came in here I said I’m going to enjoy every single second of it.
“I would like to think so (being the right man), I like all these boys, I love them, but I’ve got to manage for the club and I’m managing the club and the players.
“I don’t like losing, but it’s a challenge when you go through bad results, this is the way we’re going do it and plan ahead.
“I’ve got to put all my effort into making sure we do what is right for the club.”