United have two weeks off for the worldwide break before resuming their push for a top-four finish with a home game against Watford and they also have a Champions League quarter-final with Barcelona to look forward to. "Then if we had the possession, [it was] too comfortable - I think we played it too comfortable".
"Now is not the squeaky bum time like the gaffer [Sir Alex Ferguson] used to say but it tightens up and April and May and at Manchester United we narrow the focus and it's now about winning trophies, making use of the squad".
"Solskjaer's side actually played really well, and if they can repeat that performance then it should put them in the semi-finals".
"You can't sit down and sulk too long, we're disappointed, everybody is disappointed but we've got to look forward and put the result today behind us", Solskjaer added. "We never had the urgency and the quality on the ball".
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Tottenham will host the first leg and make their Champions League debut at the new stadium in what should be a very exciting tie. If there is a final at the end of this season then good, but we think about that at the end, not now".
Should United win at Molineux on Saturday night, it would take Solskjaer's record as manager to 15 wins from 19 games.
"It was very disappointing".
The reversal of Victor Lindelof's red card on the Video Assistant Referee's advice counted for little and Wolves boss Nuno was understandably delighted after sealed a spot at Wembley.
"So, to give them back this joy and seeing our fans going out of the stadium with a smile - with a lot of beer, of course -feels good".
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Solskjaer will know that his Red Devils side will need to be competitive and close to their best to leave Molineux with victory, as Wolves have been a hard opponent this term for English football's top teams. We played well and we achieved it with the unbelievable support of our fans pushing us.
"We did it with Liverpool, with Shrewsbury".
The Norwegian said his team's performance in the 2-1 defeat at Molineux was the "poorest" of his time in charge at Old Trafford as United slumped to back-to-back defeats for the first time since Jose Mourinho's final two games as manager.
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