It will be "impossible" for Manchester United not to hand Ole Gunnar Solskjaer the Old Trafford manager's job if the Norwegian brains victory against Liverpool on Sunday, according to Gary Neville.
The Norwegian has won 11 of his 13 games in charge since succeeding Jose Mourinho on December eighteenth, and has transformed the group's attacking fortunes from amongst the gloom deserted by his predecessor.
Overseer Solskjaer is because of hand back the reigns toward the finish of the season, yet United are yet to announce their intentions to the extent their managerial plans for next term are concerned.
Furthermore, Neville believes that should his former partners guide the Red Devils past title hopefuls Liverpool at Old Trafford, the progressive system will have seen enough to decide.
"Two or three months ago he would have been hopeful of getting the job, yet in the event that he beats Liverpool on Sunday, at that point I can't perceive
"It shouldn't be characterized by one game yet to beat Chelsea , Tottenham , Arsenal and afterward Liverpool it would almost make it impossible for him not to get the job.
"It is an unfathomable body of results and would make it a lot more hard to withhold it from him in the event that he continues beating a great many teams."
Jamie Carragher, who played for Liverpool the last time the Reds supported a title challenge in 2014, also trusts it would be "troublesome" for anyone else to be given the Old Trafford job whenever United beat his old side.
"He must be given the job now, for what he has done," Carragher said. "It would be extremely troublesome for another manager to take the job in the mid year now.
"The players will be urgent for him to get it too on the grounds that they are enjoying their football and the games he has won, games they weren't winning toward the beginning of the season, implies he is a cert right now."