The teenage striker scored as Manchester United beat Brighton in Premier League and his manager was effusive about the forward
The 18-year-old scored United’s opener at the Amex Stadium on Tuesday night and assisted their third as Solskjaer’s side took their unbeaten run to 15 in all competitions.
The Norwegian thinks there is still more to come from the teenager who has scored 13 goals in all competitions this season.
“He’s getting better. You can see clearly that he’s maturing and improving, he’s only 18 still so we will see more from him,” Solskjaer said.
“I’ve said it throughout the year that as long as we can get him faced up in and around the box he’ll create chances for us but in this game his hold-up play and his link-up play and general movement was fantastic as well.