While Solskjaer's flying start has raised the possibility of him getting the United job full-time, Berbatov said a better time to judge him might be after the Spurs game.
Solskjaer could boost his chances of keeping the job if he masterminds a win at Wembley, but Pochettino said: "The motivation is always going to be there". That was unbelievable. We were neutral people watching a fantastic game.
"I have good memories because also I remember when he scored after 90 minutes at Camp Nou".
"Of course, when you're a manager or coach you can not be focused on all the rumours". Yes, I did. I can not hide my admiration and relationship with him.
"It was not hard, I think it was more hard for him than me. That is the challenge or the way that we do things".
"To play now in our new stadium, of course always you need to adapt and find different ways to operate".
Meanwhile, Rashford has scored in three of the four games he's played under Solskjaer and is nearly certain to start against Tottenham Hotspur on Sunday.
"We've beaten them the last three times at home in the Premier League - twice at White Hart Lane and once at Wembley", said Pochettino.
"I think Christian is a fantastic player". Maybe our performance wasn't the best but we competed very well.
Meanwhile, Pochettino reacted to Friday's news that Derby County claimed a man stopped by police at the perimeter fence of their training ground on Thursday was an employee of their next opponents, Leeds United.
Pochettino has of course been strongly linked with taking over at Manchester United next the summer following the sacking of Jose Mourinho last month, with the Argentine's philosophy of playing attractive football and developing players seeming to line up perfectly with the heritage of this weekend's visitors. I learned the good and the not so good.
"I don't know what happened in the past but games like Tuesday's semi-final against Chelsea please me a lot".
"But today we are in the top for facilities and for the last few years the club is fighting against the big sides".