Liverpool won all their matches in September and are now placed at the top in the Premier League standings with 24 points from eight matches.
Despite losing his defensive midfield spot to summer arrival Rodrigo, the Brazilian has proven to be a ideal cover at centre-back following the injuries to Aymeric Laporte and John Stones.
They will of course know that they let a seven-point lead slip last season and it's still not even a quarter through the season.
Without the special rapport that the gaffer has built between his squad and their supporters, Liverpool wouldn't have won the Champions League last season.
Solskjaer will be gone sooner rather than later and the next United manager needs to be someone with a top-class CV and with a vision to take a great club back to where they should be with what will be a long-term rebuild.
"I also feel that Guardiola is more focused on European success than chasing more domestic glory now, with his celebrations as City beat Dinamo Zagreb in unconvincing fashion in the Champions League last week suggesting his sights are targeting Europe this season".
The Brazilian worldwide goalkeeper is recovering from the injury he sustained on the opening day of the Premier League against Norwich City and he has given up his one-week break to work on a fitness programme to make sure that he's fit for the Manchester United game.
"What a place to do it".
"Manchester United are going through a tough spell but Ole will make sure they're up for that game".
"He said he liked Liverpool because they had a balance between the money needed to reach the top and the history and identity of the club and their fans".
They have left their rivals, including defending champions City, playing catch-up, but there is still a long way to go. I always think they will win, whoever they play.