Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has been impressed with a more mature Anthony Martial

Anthony Martial has become communicable because of his presence at the training ground and this is why Manchester United’s forward scoring goals for his team, back into the form. He ( Ole Gunnar Solskjaer ) describes him as ‘mature’, not a boy. Martial scored four goals in 7 appearances, On another side, he was benched for two months in sideline for a hamstring injury. the previous manager of Manchester United José Mourinho was not happy with his attitude when he is well known as an incommunicable person. But time changed with the manager, new manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is hopeful about the forward. Solskjaer has been impressed with a more mature Anthony Martial and thinks that best from Martial yet to come.

When he was a player who played for Manchester United before many years at that time he was played like a boy with no 9  I don’t think he has a future in this game. Now he is becoming mature. You have to be dominated as a no 9 with scoring goals and now he is looking for scoring goals more and more, not just showing his tricks like an immature boy.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer said for Martial.

For me, he has grown up a lot in his attitude and as well as on the ground. In the next few years, we will see the best of him I believe. He looks happier than early and it seems like good news. His smile and sense of humor spread like an infection on the other players. He is happy here and that spread off on everyone and it’s a great pleasure for eyes.

Manchester United is at Bournemouth for their next match on Saturday, when they have won their all 3 matches previously played and going to participate four in 10 days. Solskjær thinks confidence is building in the training ground. Players are encouraging each other. Solskjær is happy to be a coach and a manager of that team where players are keen to do some additional for the team. In the word of the manager, they are improving. He also called the team, a disciplined team.

Solskjaer looking forward to the fitness of Harry Maguire, Victor Lindelof, and Marcus Rashford.