Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has admitted that Wolves will be a tough task for his Manchester United side after being drawn to play the West Midlands club in the FA Cup quarter finals.
Man United booked their spot in the draw by beating Chelsea 2-0 at Stamford Bridge on Monday night, and now they face an away trip to Molineix to play against Nuno Espirito Santo’s high-flyers.
Wolves beat Bristol City on Sunday to progress to the quarter finals themselves, and Solkskjaer is under no illusions as to how tough the match will be for his men.
“An away tie again. You’ve had the Arsenals, the Chelseas, you hope for a home game but that’s it, Wolves away,” he said on BBC One’s live post-match coverage of United’s win against Chelsea on Monday night, straight after the quarter final draw was made.
“We have to do it the hard way, they’re a very tough team to play against.”