LONDON – Phil Jones has saluted Ole Gunnar Solskjaer as a "breath of fresh air" after Manchester United made a winning start to the manager's permanent reign.
Solskjaer was handed a three-year contract last week after a successful spell as interim boss since December.
The former United striker's astute leadership has revived a club in turmoil during his predecessor Jose Mourinho's reign.
Fan favourite Solskjaer has led United into the Premier League's top four and the Champions League quarter-finals.
There was a celebratory atmosphere ahead of Watford's visit to Old Trafford on Saturday. Then Marcus Rashford and Anthony Martial goals sealed a narrow 2-1 win.