"No it doesn't make me more concerned," said Solskjaer. "I'm just focusing on my job and that's doing as well as I can, look forward to the next game and look at the long-term plan things with board.
"It's that time of year. It's never nice to see your colleagues lose their job in a very short space of time."
Asked if he has felt the need to speak to United chief Ed Woodward, Solskjaer added: "We speak all the time so it's not like knee-jerk suddenly now we need to talk. We speak a few times every week so it's continually progressing.
"The plans we've put in place, the rebuilding we know we started, we made some decisions that were necessary and now of course we're not happy where we are but will continue working.
"Three days or four days aren't going to change a whole lot but these two games are great chances to improve things and continue in the vein against some of the better sides. We've had some good results against good teams and we've got a plan for Wednesday night.
"We've had too many draws for my liking, defeats of course, but draws we should have turned into wins. Football is a results business.
"We're not happy and know we can do better. We are working hard, the work is always geared on us improving but we're not getting all the results we've deserved."