Solskjaer discussed the week's events today.
"I am happy the fans have voiced their opinion and we have listened to them," he said. "It has brought the football pyramid together.
"I am a supporter myself. There will be a day when I come back and watch Man Utd. I didn't like the concept.
"We have been pioneers. We had the Busby Babes. We want to be part of European campaigns. But you can't just give it out because of your name. You have to earn the right to be there. You need a fear of failure. That wasn't there. It was a bad idea."
Solskjaer also spoke of Ed Woodward's resignation as vice-chairman.
"Football is emotions and emotions run high in football," said Solskjaer.
"I've had a very good working relationship with Ed, the club will have to move on without him and I'm sure Manchester United will always move on.
"I'll work as long as Manchester United want me to work here and hopefully we can end this season successfully and Ed is part of that."