Romelu Lukaku has said life at Manchester United is “totally different” under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer after the caretaker manager collected his fourth Premier League win in a row.
Solsjkaer maintained his 100 per cent record as United boss after two late goals helped his side to a 2-0 win over Newcastle at St James’ Park on Wednesday night.
Substitute Lukaku broke the deadlock after 65 minutes with his first touch of the game, reacting superbly after Newcastle goalkeeper Martin Dubravka had fumbled Marcus Rashford’s free-kick.
Lukaku was also involved in the second goal 10 minutes from time as Rashford produced a clinical finish to seal Solsjkaer’s fourth win in his first four games – the only United boss other than Sir Matt Busby to boast such a record.
Both Rashford and Lukaku revealed they are relishing the input of Solskjaer, who has spoken publicly about his desire to work with the pair.
“We’ve not had the chance to do proper work on it yet but just having those words around you it makes a difference. I just want to keep improving on that,” Rashford said.
Lukaku added: “It’s totally different. Marcus and I and Anthony (Martial) and all the rest are learning a lot from him, especially on the offensive side.
“You have to be ready, that’s what the manager asked me before the game. I just tried to help the team. I’m really delighted that we have won again and we just have to keep going.”