Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer says he's enjoying the job.
United meet Fulham in midweek top of the table.
Solskjaer said, “Of course I'm enjoying it, I wouldn't do it if I didn't and didn't feel I was giving something back to the club, I can't say there's a lot I don't enjoy.
“I don't enjoy leaving players out, it's hard for big games, players who deserve to play, it's a difficult job to tell them on Sunday they're not in a job and on Monday they're back in a job.
“The chat to explain why they don't play isn't a good one because of reasons to play but that's what I love about the job as well, working with human beings, to get the job of individuals so we can get the team together. “
On facing Fulham, he added: "I think they've had a good turnaround from a slow start, they've made some very good signings towards the end of the window and they're very well coached. Scott (Parker) and the team trust their own organisation, team shape, and it's one of the hardest teams to break down.
"Hard enough to go to Craven Cottage anyway but at the moment they're really well structured on and off the ball, quick strong players defensively and players that can make the difference. Another tough game in the Premier League."