Solskjaer has been brought in to replace Jose Mourinho, who was sacked by executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward, at the club's training ground last Tuesday.
When asked if the players must take responsibility, Matic said: "Of course".
One wonders what Jose Mourinho was thinking as Manchester United cruised to a 5-1 win against Cardiff City on Saturday.
"I don't think he (Solskjaer) has stopped smiling", Young said after victory in the Welsh capital. "I'm sure that is the same for all the players".
Furthermore, the Reds' legendary goalkeeper, Peter Schmeichel, is also planning a return to his former chomping grounds, hoping to bag the Director of Football role.
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Solskjaer's side resembled the cavalier United teams of yesteryear as full-backs raided high and wide and midfielders flooded into the penalty area to support the strikers. The Terriers have only scored 11 goals this season, the lowest of any club in the top four divisions in England.
And according to the 33-year-old, it wasn't just the players who were unhappy under Mourinho's reign.
"Obviously, one of the trophies was one we had not won before".
"So those people need to respect him and remember what he did, not only us as a team to win those trophies but the fans as well".
"He makes me improve, as a person as well, and that's it". Towards the end, maybe the injury in 2003, I was making all the notes about what he did in certain situations and I've already been in touch with him - there's no one to get better advice from. "You want to go and play and win because it means so much to him".