Manchester United are ready to confirm Ole Gunnar Solskjaer as their new permanent boss during the upcoming international break, according to reports.

The 46-year-old Norwegian has enjoyed a remarkable run since being named as interim manager on December 19 following the dismissal of Jose Mourinho, winning 14 games, drawing two and losing just twice. 

Solskjaer also oversaw a remarkable comeback against Paris Saint-Germain to book a quarter final place in the Champions League. 

Initially, the plan was to leave the decision on Mourinho's full-time successor until the end of the season but the Red Devils are now ready to make decision before their next Premier League match, reports the Daily Mirror. 

United legend Gary Neville also believes former team mate Solskjaer will be handed the job this month.