The Norwegian famously scored a last-gasp victor at Camp Nou as United rounded off a landmark season in memorable fashion, beating the Bavarian giants 2-1 in the Champions League final after being a goal down heading into injury time.
"I'm just going to be myself as I've always been", 1999 treble hero Solskjaer said at his unveiling. "That's got to be the short-term target".
When Solskjaer first took over from Mourinho, United went on a fine scoring run which saw them score two or more in five successive games for the first time since April 2008.
The likes of Antonio Valencia, Matteo Darmian and Marcos Rojo could leave this summer but United are involved in contract stand-offs with goalkeeper David de Gea and midfielders Ander Herrera and Juan Mata, with the club so far refusing to meet their wage demands.
"Mick is a key part of the setup and they are talking to each other", said Solskjaer.
"I'm sure that to play against Manchester is always very hard and very demanding", Gracia said.
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The Chilean became the club's highest earner in January 2018 but has scored just five goals for the club, only two of which have come in 23 appearances this season.
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"Ed Woodward would end up being hated, thrown out the club, the crowd would turn on him [if Solskjaer was not appointed]".
"I know he has indicated he doesn't need a new centre-back, but that's where I'd disagree".
The Norwegian was a legend as a player at Manchester United and now, he's the man tasked with bringing back the halcyon days of the "Sir Alex Ferguson era" at Old Trafford.