David De Gea and Dean Henderson has a good relationship claims Solskjaer.
Both Man United goalkeepers seem to have a good relationship claims boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
Henderson has been United’s go-to goalkeeper for cup ties but off late has been picked regularly in the Premier League.
“David has had 10 fantastic years at Man United and he’s had challengers [before],” the manager said.
“Of course they want to play – Dean has given it his all because everyone wants that place in the team. David does as well and it’s a healthy competition.
“Goalkeeper departments are a very tightknit group. They work together in preparation, they have different gym sessions, individual sessions [to the rest of the squad], they stay together more. Naturally they create a bond and the spirit in the goalkeeping department has been top. But it’s a healthy competition.
“Both of them are important, all of them want to play. It’s the same for [the club’s other goalkeepers] Lee Grant, Nathan Bishop and Sergio Romero: they want to play and that’s a competition I like. David has been a top, top keeper and he still is. He’s working to be ready when he plays. If it’s Dean or David, I’m very comfortable with both of them and I’m very happy that none of them are happy to not play.”