Tuesday, 5th March, 2013
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is open to the possibility of extending his contract at Norwegian champions Molde.
The former Manchester United striker has enjoyed a huge impact with the club since being appointed in 2011, leading Molde to the Norwegian title both in that same year and then in 2012.
He has been linked with returning to England to take over a Premier League club, but for now the 40-year-old remains happy in his homeland.
And he could extend a contract presently due to expire in 2014.
"I am doing very well at the moment. There is no reason for me to consider something other than Molde", he told the Romsdals Budstikke.
"We have discussed this [an extension, ed.]. I speak with the Molde management all the time, also about signing a new agreement.
"We have a clear dialogue about the future, for the coaching staff and myself."
Solskjaer will now bid to lead Molde to a third successive Norwegian title in 2013, as he looks to establish the side as the country’s dominant force.
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