"I keep doing this job as best as I can every single day and let's see where it takes us", he said.
Manchester United are flying under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, with the Norwegian winning 14 of his 17 games since replacing Jose Mourinho. "I want this responsibility" and that is the difference between good players and top players.
We started with lots of pressure because we lost 2-0 at home and had to seek victory and score a quick goal.
European football's governing body released a statement Friday after much was made of referee Damir Skomina's award of a spot kick on 92 minutes played, with United needing just one goal to advance to the quarterfinal stage in Paris. "I know he's going to stay, there's no doubt about that", he told Viasport.
Lukaku has scored six goals in three games for United after moving into a more central role, with Solskjaer playing down the tactical shift but accepting his burgeoning partnership with Rashford is exciting.
United progressed to the last eight thanks to a penalty from Marcus Rashford but injured PSG forward Neymar fumed at the decision which ultimately cost his side their place in this season's competition. "Fearless, the kid is". You don't expect the consistency yet, but he's always got the quality in finishing, in striking the ball, in his attitude.
"Of course we will lose more games in the UCL, but losing games like this is over".
"But Rashy and Rom were on penalties today".
There was plenty of controversy on the night about the penalty award, with BT Sport pundits Rio Ferdinand, Owen Hargreaves and Michael Owen - all former United players - unanimous in their view that it should not have been given.
"I didn't see it", Solskjaer said. It is very harsh on PSG but if you look at the rules it is the right decision.
"I tried to help the referee to calm my staff down, just sit down because there's nothing we can do about it anyway". Up stepped Marcus Rashford, and the rest, as they say, is history.