Manchester United fans have every right to be excited by the future now that Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has been named permanent manager.
They've been fantastic under the Norwegian, who has won 14 out of 19 games since replacing Jose Mourinho in mid-December.
His permanent stay means he can start planning for the summer transfer window, such as which players to sell and which players to buy.
Club captain Antonio Valencia is expected to leave, while Ander Herrera and Alexis Sanchez's futures both need attending to.
Herrera's contract expires in the summer and Sanchez simply isn't justifying his £500,000-per-week wages, so the Chilean leaving might be best for all parties.
As for players coming in, United are reportedly keen to sign Jadon Sancho, Aaron Wan-Bissaka, Declan Rice and Toni Kroos.
Solskjaer is going to need a big transfer budget to pull off those signings and it's understood United chiefs are prepared to give him what he needs.
Another rumour that's doing the rounds is United's new home kit for the 2019/20 season, which has been 'leaked' online.
Footy Headlines have a track record of leaking football kits and getting it spot on, and they reckon United are going to go back to basics with a plain red shirt and a newly-designed badge.
United will reportedly wear the shirt with white shorts and black socks, while the badge is inspired by the 1999 Champions League winning strip.
It's received a lot of attention on social media since emerging and, as always, United fans are completely divided.
Some are loving the simplicity, while others think it looks more like a training top. Check out the reaction below and decide for yourselves.