Manchester United interim manager, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, has insisted that he will set up his team to attack Tottenham Hotspur, when both sides meet on Sunday,
United have not won a league game at Spurs since March 2012 under Sir Alex Ferguson.
Solskjaer enjoyed success against them as a player scoring seven goals in 13 games and the 45-year-old has promised to attack Pochettino’s side.
“We are playing one of the best teams in the league and have to be aware of their strengths.
“But I have been brought up in a way. We need to attack teams, that’s our strength as well going forward and attacking as a team.
“We won’t get as many chances to attack against this team as before so we’ve got to be ready when we’ve got hold of the ball and play well, use it because Wembley is a decent-sized pitch.
“We’ve had tests but of course this is against a top, top side and if we want to get close to them and go past them we will need a good result,” Solskjaer told a media conference on Thursday.