Manchester United and Copenhagen advanced to the next round of the UEFA Europa league.
Ole’s men will be hoping to repeat what they do with Lask in the previous round. But Copenhagen were optimistic that they have an edge over Manchester United.
And former Wolves boss Solbakken admitted he was excited to take on countryman Solskjaer and lauded the job he has done while in charge at United.
“I think his biggest strength is that he’s very calm,” Solbakken told the Mirror. “He knows which direction he wants to go in.
“He was able to look to the long-term, even when results and performances weren’t up to the standard expected at United, and the club stood by him.
“With one or two more additions to the squad, and one more pre-season with the team, they will gradually close the gap to their neighbours.