The Norwegian has enjoyed a remarkable start to his caretake stint at Old Trafford, going unbeaten in ten games, which includes nine wins.
But Solskjaer, who was a legendary player at the club, has refused to embrace his new moniker around the corridors at Carrington.
“It’s all about the values in a family,” the Norwegian told United-Supporteren, a supporters’ club from Scandinavia. “That you care about each other, support each other and of course know each other.
“[Carrington receptionist] Kath was the first person I saw when I came here.
“Then I met the staff who’ve been here since I was a player. They started calling me ‘boss.’ I told them: ‘Stop that. My name is Ole. Call me Ole.’
“We’ve worked together and known each other for so many years. I didn’t want them to call me boss.”