- Alexis Sanchez has hailed the impact of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer at Man United
- The Chile ace said there is a ‘better atmosphere’ than under Jose Mourinho
- It was a thinly-veiled dig at his former boss with United in fine form right now
The Chilean was brought to the club from Arsenal 12 months ago by the Portuguese boss but struggled to make an impact as United’s attack appeared in a malaise.
But after seven wins from seven since Mourinho’s sacking working under interim boss Solskjaer, Sanchez feels the whole club now has a ‘better atmosphere’.
‘In the end, results in football make the difference and so we are happier than we were before,’ he said, according to the Mirror.
‘It’s not only on the pitch. In the stands, I see an even better atmosphere at Old Trafford.
‘The fans trust us more and that’s very positive for everyone. It helps you to keep on improving.’
United’s form has been impeccable since Solskjaer’s arrival with seven wins in all competitions getting their flailing campaign back on track.
Mourinho fell out with the dressing room and others, including Paul Pogba, have referenced the uplift in mood around the club.
Busy preparing to take on former side Arsenal in the FA Cup on Friday night, Sanchez will hope to force his way into the side.
With the form of Anthony Martial, Marcus Rashford and Jesse Lingard, Sanchez has found minutes difficult to come by but will get chances with United competing on three fronts.