Yet tensions are high after the United States ordered the killing of the Iranian general Qassem Suleimani, Iran retaliated by targeting American airbases in Iraq and Iran accidentally shot down a Ukrainian passenger plane.
Solskjaer knew that there were concerns.
"The most important thing for me is we get the results sorted and the performances on the pitch", he said. "If we need to go into the transfer market we are still up there so we're still in a good place". I am going to give them a few days off.
"But I know that we've got the resources, we've got the backing".
Manchester United now hold the fifth spot in the Premier League table with 34 points.
The first match at Molineux between the team, both in the last 32 of the Europa League, had ended goalless with United failing to land a single shot on target.
The manager was asked if there was a risk that United would become a cup-only team, as was especially the case in the 1970s and 1980s. "That is where we feel we should be and many of today's supporters have lived that period where we won the league consistently".
"We don't have such a team at the moment because we have lagged behind the best [over time]".
"We are just going to stick at it and hang in there until then, and get the performances and results and results we hope we are going to get".
During Saturday's 4-0 win over Norwich, some supporters sang against Ed Woodward, the vice chairman of the board, and the owners, the Glazers.
United are reportedly in talks over a deal for Sporting Lisbon midfielder Bruno Fernandes, which could cost as much as £70million, though Solskjaer offered no update on that or any other moves in the January market.