Manchester United supporters have begged caretaker manager Ole Gunnar Solksjaer to come out retirement after making a brilliant pass in training.
The ex-Red Devils striker took over as interim boss after Jose Mourinho was sacked at Old Trafford last month.
And the Norwegian tactician has won all five matches in incredible fashion and maintained a 100 per cent win record with his former club.
United squad are currently on a training tour in Dubai since the beginning of the week and a video released on their official YouTube channel, showed Solksjaer getting involved in a training session.
In the clip, the squad are playing a game of rondo players on the edge of the circle where players have to move the ball as quickly as possible to keep it away from the defenders in the middle.
And when the ball comes through to Solskjaer, the baby faced assassin puts on a show for the team.
With the ball in his right foot, Solksjaer drags it back and spins before finding Nemanja Matic with a back-heel.
This sets up the Serbian midfielder to make his own flick to take the ball away from the defender.
United supporters were predictably left stunned at the legend's skill.
"Ole with that skill," one supporter said.
"I can't stop smiling."
Another commented: "Ole getting warmed up for the return from retirement."
A third wrote: "Maybe he should be a player-manager.
"Bring him back on the pitch."
And a fourth added: "The manager looks like he's ready to be on the pitch playing."