MANCHESTER UNITED will give Ole Gunnar Solskjaer the full-time job if he manages to beat PSG in the Champions League.
The new Red Devils boss has had a stunning start to his reign at Old Trafford, winning eight and drawing one of his nine matches in charge.
Solskjaer has turned the mood around at the club, steering them back into the top four mix after Jose Mourinho's disastrous run.
The Norwegian suffered his first blip in charge on Tuesday night, following a 2-2 home draw against Premier League strugglers Burnley.
But even that impressed members of the board, coming back with two late goals to salvage a draw after being 0-2 down with five minutes to go.
It is understood United chief Ed Woodward held talks with the new boss last week at the club's Carrington training complex.