Manchester United look to avoid the banana skin of Championship side Reading in the first round of the FA Cup tomorrow lunchtime. "You'd be happy with four wins from four - we haven't conceded from open play yet either", said Solskjaer. For us, it is a massive game against a good team.
Today's game appears a hiding to nothing, and yet O'Shea, now 37, is determined to make the most of what will nearly certainly be his last visit to his old home as a player.
"I'm just thinking about the next game, because if you win four you can win another four with this club, that's the challenge, that's the standard we're used to".
Man United beat Newcastle 2-0 on the day, but as is usually the case, Pogba is sure to be the centre of attention, as internet detectives scramble to decipher the deeper meanings of the Frenchman's post.
"We're there to stick together, to work hard on the physical part of it ahead of the Tottenham game".
Under Mourinho, players would go up to their rooms instead of spending time with each other.
The United boss has revealed Romelu Lukaku will be recalled up front after scoring off the bench in the last two games while Alexis Sanchez will also start against Reading after making his injury comeback off the bench in midweek.
That gap may be too big to close, but Benitez, who will send his side into battle with Solskjaer's men at St James' Park on Wednesday evening, is confident they can still cause problems for the main title contenders.
"They are so good, if you want to get points against them, if you want to win against them, you have to perform really, really well".
"We knew that we could have taken more points than we have this season, but we have to believe we can beat the top teams".
"But obviously I do keep him informed, and he did pay us a visit".
"That will be in the books but it's nothing I'm thinking of", said Solskjaer of his fourth win - a feat only he and Busby have achieved.
The Norwegian - whose only previously Premier League managerial experience came in an ill-fated spell at Cardiff - accepts he has no idea if he truly belongs at United's level, but he is adamant his familiarity with the club counts for something.
"The more you are here, the more you enjoy it".
Solskjaer's United have scored 14 goals since he took over and the interim boss says his aim has been to play the way he was taught during his 11 years as a player under Ferguson.