The gaffer has credited Kieran McKenna and Michael Carrick for playing major roles in Fred’s improvement at United.
Ole hopes that the Brazilian can score more goals for the Red Devils going forward and should stop shooting with his right foot.
Speaking about Fred’s improvement at Man United ahead of his possible 100th appearance for the club vs West Brom, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer said: “There’s less time in the Premier League than what he’s used to; he’s quickened up his game, he’s not getting caught on the ball.
“I’m not going to take any credit for that, it’s the coaches, Michael Carrick and Kieran [McKenna] have been brilliant with him.
“But it’s Fred himself that has had the hunger and the humility and wanted to learn and to stick at it and keep working.
“As you said, 100 games – there are not many people that can say they’ve played 100 games for Man United, and I’m sure there will be many more [appearances] to come.
“Hopefully he’ll from score outside the box soon, although I’m not sure if it’s going to be with his right – I’ve tried to tell him!”
After a difficult start to his United career, Fred has taken leaps forward under Solskjaer and became a very important part of his side. With Paul Pogba still out for a while, the Brazilian will hope to step up his attacking game and help his side dominate teams more efficiently in the games ahead.