Ole Gunnar Solskjaer hailed the performance of Dean Henderson after the Cumbrian made his first Premier League appearance for Manchester United.

The Cumbrian came off the bench at half-time in Man Utd’s 3-2 win at Southampton following an injury to David De Gea.

Whitehaven man Henderson made a couple of saves as Solskjaer’s side came from behind and the boss said the ex-Carlisle United academy player’s vocal efforts stood out.

“Dean played well,” Solskjaer said.

“He’s a keeper who has been used to being vocal. He wants to organise the team.

“He had a couple of tidy saves to make. He was safe with his hands.”

It was the 23-year-old England keeper’s fourth first-team outing for Man Utd.

Solskjaer said De Gea would be assessed ahead of Wednesday's Champions League game against Paris St Germain.

Henderson's latest milestone could also lead to more good news for Carlisle United.

The Blues stand to benefit from certain clauses in the deal that took the then 14-year-old Henderson to Old Trafford back in 2011.

The exact terms of the deal have not been revealed. Carlisle have previously confirmed they stood to benefit from certain "contingent payments", understood to relate to a sell-on clause and/or Henderson's first-team progress, but they have never commented on the details.