Statistics show that Aaron has made more tackles and blocks than any of his United team-mates during the first 19 matches of this Premier League season.
“I think Aaron is one of the best one-against-one defensive full-backs in the world," praised Solskjaer ahead of their FA Cup tie with Liverpool.
“I think he's getting better and better on the ball, he doesn't give the ball away a lot."
Asked whether Wan-Bissaka can improve on other areas of his game, Solskjaer backed him to take further strides forward in the coming years and pointed to the development of the more senior Luke Shaw.
“He's not been asked to venture forward much earlier in his career," Ole said.
“Last season was a learning one for him. You see Luke who is two or three years older and he is really hitting good form now. Aaron, of course, has the time ahead of him and we'll give him time.
“In a year or two you'll see a top, top full-back there."