Here is a look at the 10 highest-scoring substitutes in Premier League history.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has his eyes set on coaching Manchester United to Premier League glory, but the former Norway international was once a prolific goalscorer in the competition, particularly from the bench.
Scroll through the gallery above to see the 10 highest-scoring substitutes in Premier League history.
In fact, according to Planet Football, Solskjaer features among the greatest-ever goalscoring substitutes in the division's history, having netted 17 times from the bench in England's top-flight during his playing career.
That return puts him ahead of some of the league's other great super-subs, such as Darren Bent, Edin Dzeko, Peter Crouch, and Victor Anichebe, but the 47-year-old narrowly misses out on a spot in the top three.
Instead, the third place is occupied by another former Red Devil in the form of Javier Hernandez, who netted 19 times as a substitute, while current Chelsea star Olivier Giroud is closing in on the all-time record with a return of 20 goals as a sub.
Who has scored the most goals as a substitute in the Premier League?
That honour belongs to former England international Jermain Defoe who netted 162 times in the Premier League – including an incredible 24 strikes from the bench.
The veteran striker now plays for Rangers in Scotland but spent 19 seasons in the English top-flight with AFC Bournemouth, West Ham United, Tottenham Hotspur, Portsmouth and Sunderland, where he cemented his status as the division's ultimate super-sub.