Yet the Norwegian chose to be coy, saying: “Well, you’ll see on Sunday.
“They’ve worked well, anyway. They’ve had minutes, we’ve had a very good week ourselves so it’s still see who’s making the flight down to Southampton on Saturday.”
United beat Southampton 9-0 at Old Trafford last term.
But Solskjaer isn’t expecting a similar result this time around, adding: “You know that game was a one off [9-0].
“That’s a special game when you get a lad sent off in the first minute, so I don’t count that game at all.
“Always with Ralph’s teams you get high energy, high pressing, belief in themselves.