United's defeat of Arsenal, which was secured by further goals from Jesse Lingard and Anthony Martial, was their eighth in a row in all competitions since Solskjaer took over from Jose Mourinho in December. The Red Devils are coming off a huge 3-1 FA Cup win over Arsenal the last time out.
"He has been injured lately so it was great to see him get 65-70 minutes tonight and he can only improve and I think he knows that himself".
"We are playing with no limits, yes - it's exactly what Ole brought to the team since the first day", he said, as quoted by The Mirror.
United last beat Burnley at home in 2015 with the visitors earning a draw in the last two league matches at Old Trafford.
It was just Sanchez's second goal of the season after a hard start to his career at Old Trafford. "You're dealing with the frustration that you want to play, you feel like should be playing, and that's certainly how I and I pretty much know that's how the boys felt", he told Sky Sports.
Considering Manchester United's more attacking approach, Dyche's side will have to be well-drilled at the back.
United face a season-defining run of games in the coming weeks, facing Paris Saint-Germain twice, Liverpool, Crystal Palace, Arsenal and Manchester City all within the space of around five weeks.
"Because that's what it is about now, for me as well, to put the club and to put the team in a good position when at the end of the season, how do we look like, what do we look like next season?" He was always talking to us to get the best from us.
As mentioned, United lock horns with Burnley tomorrow in their final January game of what has been an ultra-successful start to the New Year. That's why we play.
The Chilean winger scored against Arsenal on his return to the Emirates, scoring only his second goal in the season.
Few saw the appointment coming, but Storey thinks Solskjaer's success could see a precedent set among other Premier League clubs looking for an instant lift by changing their managers.
'We're happy with the wins but we aren't satisfied with the overall situation. I thought there was a big gulf in class tonight between the two teams. If they keep the same attitude and application in training, yes, we're going to get better.