Harry Maguire has hit back at the critics and insisted he is focused on football, despite suffering the shame of getting arrested in Greece this summer.
The Manchester United captain was left humiliated after being forced to spend two nights in a cell following a drunken brawl with police officers while holidaying on the island of Mykonos.
Maguire appeared in court and was given a suspended prison sentence after being found guilty of aggravated assault and attempting to bribe officers.
The defender has appealed his sentence and is awaiting a new trial date.
In the meantime, he has led United to what has been their worst start to a domestic season since 1972.
The fallen giants have failed to win any of their opening four league games at home, to find themselves languishing in 15th place in the table.
Pundits, including former Old Trafford favourites Roy Keane, insist United have no leaders to get them out of the current mess and have questioned Maguire's role as skipper.
But the England international insists he doesn't go on social media to read the criticism, despite him taking to Twitter just three days ago to express his sadness at the death of Nobby Stiles.
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Maguire said: "Obviously I had a difficult summer. I am still fully focused each day on improving and taking this side forward.
“We work every day for our fans to have something to celebrate. The process we are going through, we are focused.
"I've have not seen them (Keane's comments). I don't read it (the criticism).
“We don't bring negativity into the place. We stay positive and I can say for sure, there are a lot of leaders in this squad, staff and players."
United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjær, whose side face Turkish outfit Istanbul Basaksehir in Group H of the Champions League tomorrow night, claims he couldn't care less what Keane thinks.
He said: "Roy (Keane) has always been outspoken. I am very happy with the players I have here. His job is to give his opinion. I listen to him, but we have a strong group here."