Manchester United forward Jesse Lingard says caretaker manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has got a tough side even though he appears lighthearted.
The interim United boss has looked lively since replacing Jose Mourinho at the Theatre of Dreams and his attitude seem to have lightened things up for the players.
The Red Devils have won all five games since the Norwegian took over, playing an exciting brand of football while at it.
But Solskjaer and his men face the biggest test of his tenure when they travel to London to face Spurs.
Former Sir Alex Ferguson assistant Mike Phelan returned with Solskjaer as the club seek to return to its glory days. Lingard believes the pair have had some kind of positive influence on the team.
Linguard to Sky Sports
The Red Devils traveled to Dubai for a warm-weather training camp this week ahead of their trip to Wembley. It was a good time to put in some work and help the manager know his players according to the England international.