Victor Lindelof reckons Manchester United are starting to feel invincible under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.

United have become one of the stand out sides since the top flight season resumed last month following the Covid-19 lockdown.

The fallen giants have won three of their four games during Project Restart, including Tuesday's 3-0 demolition of Brighton, and have also reached the FA Cup semi-finals.

Solskjaer's men are now unbeaten in 15 games in all competitions and piling the pressure on Chelsea and Wolves in the race to secure a top four finish and Champions League qualification.

Lindelof believes United are performing with a huge amount of confidence that makes them believe anything is possible between now and the end of the season.

Manchester United are now 15 games unbeaten in all competitions

He said: "I think we show it every time we walk onto the pitch now, what a team we can be and what type of football we can play.

"We controlled the game throughout the 90 minutes. For a little bit in the second half Brighton got a few chances, but other than that I think we controlled it perfectly and performed some really good football out there. So I'm very happy."

United have also kept 11 clean sheets in their unbeaten run and Lindelof admits stopping goals is just as important as scoring them.

Harry Maguire and Victor Lindelof have formed a solid partnership in defence

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And despite some recent criticism of David De Gea, Lindelof believes the Spanish goalkeeper remains one of the best in the business and someone who is crucial to United's defensive unit.

He added: "We have some really good players up there in attack. I think once again they showed what they can do on the pitch and then when we keep the ball like that, they can control the game for us. So it's quite nice to watch them play football.”

"We want to score a lot of goals and then of course we want to keep a clean sheet as well, so I'm very happy for that.

David de Gea kept a clean sheet in Man Utd's 3-0 win over Brighton

"As a defensive unit, as well as a team, we defended very well. We had a lot of possession, then when we lost the ball we took it back quite quickly, so I'm very pleased with the performance.

"It's very important, you know, when we lose the ball and give them a few chances, it's always important for David to be ready. Once again he showed what a great goalkeeper he is, so it's always nice to have him behind us."