Erik ten Hag addressed the media ahead of Manchester United’s upcoming Premier League clash against Fulham, amidst increasing pressure following their disappointing 3-0 defeat to Newcastle United in the Carabao Cup.
Speculation about Ten Hag’s future as the United manager has surged, with names like Zinedine Zidane and Graham Potter emerging as potential replacements.
During his press conference, Ten Hag provided insight into the current atmosphere in the dressing room: “The players remain positive and are determined to rectify recent setbacks.
We understand the high standards expected at this club. Despite facing two significant setbacks, we are resilient. The dressing room is united, the staff is committed, and I have confidence in my role.”
He continued to express his belief in the team: “I have a strong squad. I’m convinced of the potential within the dressing room. We witnessed their capabilities last year, and I know they can perform even better. It’s my responsibility to bring out the best in them.”
When questioned about the importance of the upcoming match against Fulham, Ten Hag emphasized the team’s approach: “I don’t dwell on specific scenarios. Our mindset is to win every game.
We prepare meticulously, and I’m confident that the players will be ready to execute our game plan tomorrow.”