"That's too simple", Solskjaer replied. You have so many ways of asking that question.
As usual, Solskjaer smiled and moved on, but the reality is that he keeps being asked about his future because he is building an irresistible case to be handed the task of managing United on a full-time basis. Tenacious in the tackle and composed in possession, the Brazilian epitomised the guts shown every player in a white shirt at Old Trafford.
Manchester United'sPaul Pogba leaves the field after getting a red card during the Champions League round of 16 soccer match between Manchester United and Paris Saint Germain at Old Trafford stadium in Manchester, England, Tuesday, Feb. 12, 2019.
Solskjaer, by contrast, knows which buttons to press, and it was like watching Ferguson at times during his news conference.
"It has been a while [since a big European night here]", he said.
"It makes it more unpredictable for us, who they will play".
"He's brought Mike Phelan in as well, he was a huge part of Sir Alex's team, and he's managed to get everyone playing again, he's got them all enjoying it. Confidence is high and it's been showing on the pitch". "It's not going to be a season-defining one for us".
On the other hand, Thomas Tuchel'sPSG are on top of Ligue 1 but are severely weakened due to injuries to key forwards. "So I'm OK, either way it goes".
Besides Pogba's near-post shot after a fine burst down the right they seemed to make all the wrong decisions when it mattered.
Ever since they came under the transformative patronage of Qatari wealth in 2011, PSG have regularly outspent nearly every European heavyweight, but never gone beyond the quarter-finals of the Champions League.
Moreover, they have won 11 of the games and have drawn the remaining one against Burnley, which saw them come back from 0-2 down.
"The forward players at the club are immensely talented and if you give them a bit of a free rein and a bit of organisation they'll score goals and win you games".