Former Manchester United
defender Nemanja Vidic wants Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to be made permanent manager of Manchester United.
The interim boss has led his old club to a remarkable 25 out of 27 points in the Premier League
and only suffered one defeat in 13 matches.
Vidic thinks it would be wise to appoint Solskjaer in the top job rather than chase a big name elsewhere.
'The reputation Van Gaal and Jose Mourinho had, I think maybe the fans and everyone expected a bit more because [they were] top managers,' he told Omnisport.
'Jose Mourinho, for me, is one of the best managers of the last 40 years but it didn't happen.
'Now I'm thinking Ole has done a great job, he knows the club, he knows the history of the club, he creates a positive atmosphere, he shows that he knows how to deal with the players as well. So my feeling is that it fits what Man United need now.'
'They are playing good, positive football. I think no other manager would do better than him.'
Solksjaer has the chance to underline his credentials for the job with a win over fierce rivals Liverpool this Sunday.
Vidic, who overlapped with the Norwegian for one year, is one of many to believe the temporary manager has done enough to prove himself.
The retired former defender spent eight years at Old Trafford, winning five Premier League titles, a Champions League and three League Cups.