United at the moment sit 12th within the Premier League desk, simply two factors above the relegation zone and 15 adrift of league leaders Liverpool forward of Sunday’s conflict with their fierce rivals at Previous Trafford.
The membership’s hierarchy and recruitment beneath govt vice-chairman Ed Woodward has are available for extreme criticism because the departure of Sir Alex Ferguson, however Solskjaer has described that as “an insult” as he appears to be like to the long run.
“I’ve got a three-year contract now so of course (we are) planning long-term,” Solskjaer informed Sky Sports activities. “In case you lose a sport you don’t look ahead to a name to be given assurances however now we have began out a plan and a recruitment plan is in place.
“I’m 100 per cent certain from my time right here that the construction is true as a result of it’s all the time the supervisor that has the ultimate say.
“I know people have said stuff about our recruitment but it’s almost like an insult to the recruitment office, the scouts and us as professionals – me and Mick (Phelan), the staff. We make decisions on the players we want to have and who’s available and then it’s the negotiations.”
United spent £145million in the summertime on Harry Maguire, Aaron Wan-Bissaka and Daniel James, however Solskjaer says extra funds can be found for the best “ready-made” gamers.
“The money is there and I’ve been looking at players,” Solskjaer added. “We had been near a few gamers however they weren’t proper.
“The cash is there to strengthen in January, in the summertime, and we’re planning, we’re wanting, we’re discovering our targets, however simply earlier than the switch window ended no, they weren’t there, the ready-made gamers.
“The resources are there if the right players are available.”