Manchester United manager, Jose Mourinho, has claimed his track record of success makes him an easy target for criticism.
The Red Devils have come under fire this week for their style of football, despite drawing with Liverpool at Anfield and beating Benfica in Lisbon in the Champions League.
Ahead of Saturday’s trip to Huddersfield, Mourinho’s team are second in the Premier League and on the verge of progressing in Europe.
But after winning league titles in four different countries and lifting the Champions League twice, the 54-year-old believes he is held to a higher standard than some of his counterparts.
“I think it’s my fault, because people are used to my teams getting good results and winning titles.
“Other people have more time than I have. Other people have different standards than I have and that’s not a problem for me at all.
“We are going to lose matches, that’s obvious, and I can imagine we are going to have even more criticism than we have now. But honestly, no problem,” he told a news conference on Friday.