The Red Devils recovered from consecutive defeats to bitter rivals Liverpool and Burnley in the Premier League.
Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was pleased with how his side bounced back to winning ways with a 6-0 win over Tranmere Rovers in the FA Cup fourth round.
The Red Devils boss said he knows it 'wasn't just the Tranmere people' who wanted United to lose today but he isn't bothered about what his critics think.
Goals from Harry Maguire, Diogo Dalot, Jesse Lingard, Phil Jones, Anthony Martial and Mason Greenwood put the game at Prenton Park to bed on Sunday afternoon.
However, the Norwegian was happy his side recovered from consecutive defeats to bitter rivals Liverpool and Burnley in the Premier League.
Speaking after the win against Tranmere Solskjaer said: "It wasn't just the Tranmere people who wanted an upset, there were a lot of others.
"You can see everyone wanted us to fail but it doesn’t bother me. I can’t be up and down [emotionally]. I’m happy but won’t relax."
When asked what he enjoyed the most about the victory, he replied: "I think the players, the way they went about the game on that pitch. We played football the way it should be played and it was an exceptional performance at times because that pitch was very, very difficult to play on."