The previous Liverpool man proposes Solskjaer must work harder on continue improving of his greatest stars.
He names Anthony Martial as the one whom Ole 'must keep the fire lit underneath'.
"Ole Gunnar Solskjaer ought to dedicate the vast majority of his thoughtfulness regarding is Martial," Graeme Souness wrote in his section for The Times.
"Solskjaer must keep the fire lit underneath him in light of the fact that there have been times in the past when it has looked as though he just needs to play on his standing. No club can endure that."
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has assumed a major job in Anthony Martial's advancement into a staggering No.9. The Norwegian's roused the Frenchman to work more diligently and has been receiving benefits of his brightness since the restart.
Martial has scored 22 goals in all rivalries this season. He's been scoring consistently at Old Trafford as of late and is additionally on course to meet the 25-goal imprint which Ole had asked him to reach. So it's reasonable our gaffer needn't bother with Souness' recommendation on the best way to get the best out of the French wizard.
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