By James Ayles For Mailonline
Published: 12:58 GMT, 2 February 2019 | Updated: 13:03 GMT, 2 February 2019
Gary Neville has revealed that Manchester United's victory over Tottenham changed his opinion of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's management of the team.
The former full-back pinpointed Solskjaer's tactical switch for the match, which they won 2-0, as proving the Norwegian is capable of taking a risk in big games.
The Manchester United squad gathered at Carrington on Saturday morning ahead of their trip to Leicester on Sunday as Solskjaer aims to make it 10 games unbeaten as interim boss.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will be aiming to reach 10 games unbeaten as Manchester United boss
Romelu Lukaku was among the Manchester United stars to arrive at Carrington on Saturday
'The win over Spurs changed my thinking a little bit,' he told M.E.N. Sport. 'He got it right and in the first half won the tactical battle. Yes, in the second half David De Gea made a lot of saves, and Tottenham should probably have equalised, but in the first half I thought he went to a diamond with split strikers.
'It was a risk and I've not seen United do that (before with other managers) in any game in the last two-three years. So he introduced a new system, a new shape and a new way of playing in his biggest match.
'He did what Manchester United managers should do, he took risks to win and he went for it. I thought it was a big moment that,