Sunday's win over Leicester City - his seventh in eight league games that have also included one draw - means Manchester United have won four more points than any other Premier League team since he sent them out at Cardiff on December 22. Will they extend that run to four games, or will Manchester United secure another away win?
But he did admit that improvement is needed, adding: "We know we've got plenty of things to work on and I think we'll see that progression in the next few weeks because it's going to be a tough and enjoyable February".
But Solskjaer defended the Chilean's performance, saying: "He did well, we had to change the game".
Marcus Rashford scored the only goal of the afternoon after Paul Pogba intercepted a loose pass by the Foxes and played the striker in with a beautifully weighted ball over the top, which was promptly slotted into the bottom corner.
And Cascarino believes it will stay that way with Solskjaer set to back the Manchester United academy product come what may.
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Didn't make any unbelievable saves, as most of Leicester City's shots were directed straight at him.
Martial was absent in midweek but Solskjaer said of the Frenchman, "he got a slight injury in training but hopefully he'll be back for [the Leicester game]".
"The players are making each other better", Solskjaer said, asked about the transformation in Rashford and midfielder Paul Pogba, a scowling symbol of discord during the Mourinho era who is now creating goals at will.
Former Blackpool boss Paul Ince caused quite the stir over the weekend when he repeated his claim that he could do the same job as Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is now doing at Manchester United.