Manchester United interim manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer says he expects criticisms from pundits during his time at the club.
Ex-United stars Gary Neville, Paul Scholes and Rio Ferdinand have taken up punditry roles with various media outlets.
The trio have not held back on their criticism of managers post-Sir Alex Ferguson.
And Solskjaer who replaced Jose Mourinho last week says he expects nothing different from his former team-mates.
“Don’t worry, Gary will be really hard on me. I’ve sat next to him in a dressing room for 11 years,” he told reporters.
“He was next to me and… you know Gary!
“He’s paid now to give his opinion and, of course, he should do. I’m no different to anyone else, no different to any other manager when you lead that team out on to the pitch. It comes with a responsibility.
“But I don’t play for them. My job is to get the players enjoying themselves.”
The Norwegian kicked-off his era at the club with a convincing 5-1 against Cardiff last weekend. The Red Devils will look to make it two wins from two against Huddersfield under the new boss.
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