Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho was tight-lipped regarding his side’s confidence following their 0-0 draw with Valencia.
The stalemate in the Champions League encounter on Tuesday night meant United have now gone four games without a win, while they have endured their worst start to a league season in 29 years.
Mourinho in his post-match press conference was controlled when asked if the performance against Valencia was due to dented confidence.
“I think there are things that is difficult for me to say and if I say it’s not good for me – and even yourself would be getting another reason to criticise me,” Mourinho said.
“I think you have had enough, so I prefer just to say that when last season we finish second, we finished runners-up in the FA Cup, we won our group in the Champions League, and I told was a fantastic season, I knew why I was telling that.”
Next up for United is a clash with Newcastle United at Old Trafford in the Premier League.