The Cardiff City boss says he will stay with the club even if they are relegated this season.
The Bluebirds sit 19th in the league, three points off relegation safety after their crushing 2-1 defeat in the final seconds against Everton on the weekend.
Solskjaer replaced the much loved Malky Mackay in January, but has struggled to find results with last year’s Championship winners.The former Manchester United striker has just two league wins under his belt since his arrival, winning games against relegation rivals Norwich and Fulham.
But the Norwegian insists he will stay and strive for stability at the Cardiff, in light of recent criticism of the club’s running.
“No matter what happens I will be here for the future. I can promise to be 100 per cent loyal," Solskjaer told the club's official website.
"I sensed a great buzz for Wales from the start. The people are fantastic.
"I want to earn respect through the football my team plays and commitment to the club.
"This is a major project and I am committed to it."
Cardiff now prepare for the arrival of Liverpool in the Welsh capital on Saturday, one of their eight games remaining this season.
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