Former United legend and football pundit Gary Neville had earlier said that Manchester United needed “three or four players of high-quality”.
And looks like the Manchester United boss agrees with him, even though United triumphed in the Brighton game recently.
“Gary is right in a lot of things he says and of course we cannot think we’re there because if you look at the table, we’re nowhere near where we should be,” Solskjaer, whose side are fifth in the Premier League, said.
“Consistency has to be improved. We still probably have to improve on many aspects of the game.
“I don’t know how many points we’re behind the top two so definitely Gary’s right.
“There’s not going to be any complacency and thinking ‘this is it, we’ve cracked it’ because we’ve got so much work to do.
“But it’s an enjoyable journey, you can see improvements so, yeah, we need to make one or two very good decisions – or more good decisions – but it’s going to be an important summer, definitely.”
Also, in the coronavirus pandemic, the transfer market opened and closed a lot of opportunities for clubs everywhere, especially with the financial hit the clubs took.
When asked how the club plans to deal with transfers in the middle of that, Solskjaer said: “It’s going to be a strange transfer window and I don’t expect a lot of big transfers, maybe. I don’t know.