Until having contract talks with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, Manchester United will reportedly wait until the summer.
Chief executive Ed Woodward will not instigate negotiations over a new contract until the end of the season at the earliest, according to The Sun.
United is still second in the table, but five points behind Manchester City’s neighbors, who still have a game in hand.
The Norwegian had initially been under pressure to retain his position at Old Trafford.
But that was before the club became Premier League title challengers at the turn of the year.