David Moyes believes the key difference between him and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer at Manchester United is that he wasn't given the same amount of time to succeed as the Norwegian. 

Moyes was appointed as Sir Alex Ferguson's successor in 2013 but didn't survive his first season in charge as defending champions United struggled in the Premier League and missed out on Champions League qualification. 

The former Everton manager signed a six-year contract when he took over at Old Trafford but was sacked just 10 months into his tenure before being replaced by club legend Ryan Giggs for the final four league games of the season.

United have again turned to a club icon to guide them forward in the shape of Solskjaer and the club are starting to get back on track after a seven-year spell without challenging for the Premier League title.