Louis van Gaal has conceded he has no idea what gathering anticipates him at Old Trafford on Tuesday night.
The Manchester United chief was booed down the passage by extensive segments of the club’s own particular supporters after a Premier League thrashing to Southampton in their last home amusement.
Van Gaal conceded the response was legitimized and later denied “unpleasant” reports that he had offered to stop, yet the Dutchman has following regulated triumph over Derby – and a highly enhanced execution – in the FA Cup.
Next up is a home diversion against Stoke, and Van Gaal said: “I’m not an idiot. I’m a keen man and I can’t foresee the environment.
“I trust that we can give the same level of execution as Friday, yet we need to play Stoke City. It’s another rival.
“However, it’s not all that vital that they holler at me. It’s increasingly that they are supporting the players since that is the most imperative thing. The players have the most troublesome assignment.
“They need to give an outcome at that hour, with that resistance, and there are no reasons. They need to bolster the fans.
“When I am not all that famous any longer, affirm. It’s likewise not the first occasion when that that happens with me. In any case, I can survive.”
United were beaten at Stoke on Boxing Day, and Van Gaal said: “I need to say that I like Stoke City all that much, how they play.
“I think they are fit as a fiddle, in great structure. Everyone in the Premier League is having a considerable measure of challenges with Stoke City.”