Ole Gunnar Solskjaer cannot wait to take table-topping Manchester United to reigning champions Liverpool on Sunday, when the 1999 treble hero will attempt to mastermind his first win against their bitter rivals.
The Norwegian enjoyed his fair share of success against the Reds during his medal-laden playing days but has failed to beat Jurgen Klopp's men since taking over as manager in December 2018.
Solskjaer claimed it would be an "upset" if he oversees victory against Liverpool at the fourth time of asking, despite his in-form side heading into Sunday's Anfield encounter as Premier League leaders.
"Amad has looked really comfortable and he's settled in really well in training," he said.
"It shows how technically adept he is and, of course, we'll give him time to settle and adjust, but hopefully we can see him on the pitch before too long. He's definitely done well in training.
"(How and when to introduce him) is the decision we have to make with the bubbles and all this. They need competitive games and, at the moment, we don't have any.
"He will be training (with us) and let's see when he'll get his first game-time – if it's from the bench with us or with the under-23s. It's likely to be the under-23s of course."