Solskjaer pumped up as Manchester United stars train

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer oversaw Manchester United
training on Monday morning ahead of their clash against Paris Saint-Germain
The Norwegian will be hoping to become the first caretaker manager of a club to win the Champions League
this season since Roberto Di Matteo managed the feat with Chelsea in 2012.
United's players will be hoping to do better in the competition this season, having been knocked out by Sevilla at the last-16 stage last campaign. 
The Old Trafford side will be looking to carry the momentum of their 3-0 win against Fulham into the game at home on Tuesday evening. 
Antonio Valencia and Matteo Darmian were the only absentees from Manchester United's final training session.
Solskjaer will be able to pick from a virtually fully-fit squad against the French champions after reporting no fresh injuries from United's win at Fulham over the weekend.
United's players were in good spirits ahead of the last 16 clash as they face PSG at home in the first leg before travelling to France for the return tie at Parc des Princes in three weeks' time. 
The feel good factor that Solskjaer has brought to the club since returning to United in December was in evidence as the players enjoyed the opening rondo session before being put through their paces by his coaching staff.
It was in stark contrast to the sombre mood under Jose Mourinho which turned toxic towards the end of his two-and-a-half-year reign, culminating in him stripping Paul Pogba of the vice-captaincy and admonishing the Frenchman in front of the watching cameras at training in September.
Pogba has been transformed under Solskjaer, claiming eight goals and five assists since he took over, and could be seen on Monday trying to hit his assistant Mark Dempsey with a shot as he enjoyed the session.
Marcos Rojo, who has not played since suffering a shin injury in United's final group game in Valencia in December, was also at training although he is not expected to be available to face PSG.
Victor Lindelof, who missed the game at Fulham, was involved in the session at Carrington on Monday morning.
Marcus Rashford, who is in excellent goalscoring form and Juan Mata could all be seen during training.
Pogba could also been seen carrying out a cheeky backheel as he showed off his talent on the training field. 
Jesse Lingard walked alongside his good friend Rashford as they prepared for training on a chilly day in Manchester. 
Anthony Martial, who has been restored to the side under Solskjaer, was at the centre of a group of players during the session. 
United are looking to extend their unbeaten run to 12 matches in all competitions since Solskjaer replaced Jose Mourinho.

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