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He came on as a substitute as United thrashed Newcastle 4-1 on Saturday and speaking after his side's victory, Solskjaer was asked about the Dutchman's absence from his starting XI.
"He'll get his game-time. He's been fantastic in the group," he said.
Van de Beek entered the fray in the 76th minute when the game was level.
United went onto score three goals to secure a much-needed win.
On the 23-year-old, Solskjaer added: "I think you see today and in training, he's so neat and tidy, I don't think he lost the ball once.
"It's about finding the balance in the team. We've won 4-1 today and you're asking why I didn't start one of the players.
"He'll have a very good impact on the team."
The Red Devils secured their second league victory of the season at St James' Park.
And the Norwegian boss was delighted with the character his team showed.
"I think the boys showed great resilience, great reaction after the last game but also after conceding the first goal after a minute or so which made it even more difficult for them," he said.
"I thought they pulled it together, played some nice football, patient and I thought we controlled and dominated the game and, in the end, it counted.
"You have to respond and bounce back after a defeat.
"Every time you lose a game you just want to get back out on the pitch and we've had two weeks since the last game so it was difficult.
"But it was a great response by everyone, they've pulled together as a group."
United kick-off their Champions League campaign next as they face Paris Saint-Germain on Tuesday.
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