Ed Woodward has said Manchester United are committed to delivering success with manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer as the club announced their latest financial results.

In a statement issued on Wednesday, United revealed revenues are up by 16% to £126.5 million thanks in part to supporters returning to Old Trafford after the coronavirus pandemic but in pointed comments, Woodward said it was “success on the pitch” which matters more.

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Solskjaer’s team have lost six of their last 12 games to heap the pressure on the Norwegian ahead of Saturday’s trip to Watford.

“While these financial results today demonstrate our resilience through the pandemic, our top priority is success on the pitch,” Woodward said.

“The manager, players and everyone at the club are determined to achieve that objective.”

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