Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has revealed he is taking advice from Manchester United legend Roy Keane.
Keane remains one of United's all-time greats after an illustrious career at Old Trafford, where he won seven Premier League titles, four FA Cups and the Champions League in a 12-year spell.
However, a bitter falling-out led to an acrimonious exit from the Red Devils back in November 2005, with Keane estranged from his beloved United ever since.
But, despite Keane publicly critical of numerous occasions, Solskjaer remains close to his old teammate and regularly seeks his counsel.
Said Solskjaer, who was the Irishman’s neighbor in Bowdon for nine years during their time together in Manchester.
"I always listen to Roy and his opinions. I value them very highly.
“I know Roy who did an interview saying there were many people that claim to his friends.
"But I feel we are quite close. We have become friends. He was a fantastic leader. I loved having him as captain. "
Keane has not too many words in the team, remarking that they are too many bluffers Jose Mourinho.