The Daily Mail says Solskjaer's side are unbeaten against their top-six rivals this season but concerns have surfaced over poor results to the league's lower sides.
Those grievances led to ostensible questions over the stability of Solskjaer's job which only heightened once Mauricio Pochettino became available after his dismissal from Tottenham.
But any worries Solskjaer had were put to rest in a meeting with co-owner Joel, who fronts the Glazer family's ownership alongside Avram.
The American businessman spoke in person with Solskjaer after the positive results last week and backed the 46-year-old's plans for the team.
He also reiterated the Glazer family's full support which has been echoed by executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward in the past.