Ole Gunnar Solskjaer expects Cumbrian goalkeeper Dean Henderson to have a “good career” at Manchester United.

The highly-rated Whitehaven-born man has been excellent while gaining his first experience of Premier League football this season with Sheffield United, who Solskjaer's side drew 3-3 with yesterday.

Henderson, 22, who was ineligible to play for the Blades against his parent club, has already been called into the England senior squad twice and will be looking to enhance his growing reputation throughout the rest of this campaign.

“Sheffield United and Chris Wilder have had a big impact on him,” Solskjaer told MUTV.

“He's learning and growing as a human being and as a player. He'll come back one day and he'll have a good career at Man United."

Henderson, who has also had loan stints with Stockport County, Grimsby Town and Shrewsbury Town, as well as Sheffield United, began his career at Carlisle United.

One man who did start for Chris Wilder's team at Bramall Lane, though, was Oliver Norwood, a former Manchester United man who Solskjaer knows well.

"I'm so happy to see him doing well," said Norwegian Solskjaer.