Van Gaal admits the jeers from the United fans is a concern

Louis van Gaal, at his pre match press conference before the Leicester City game on Saturday, admits the boos form the Manchester United fans is concerning as Van Gaal feels that the team is playing for the fans so if they're not happy it's not good.

United fans jeer the team after another goalless draw

United fans were reacting after seeing the team struggle to a 0-0 draw versus PSV Eindhoven in the Champions League on Wednesday night, and it wasn't the first time it's happened as Van Gaal has been slammed for making United boring.

Van Gaal, on the fans booing, said "Of course it bothers me, the fans have to be happy, as the team are playing for the fans" which is a huge difference from the last time the team was jeered as Van Gaal tried to shrug it off.

Van Gaal continued "You have to see how our opponents are playing against us, and when you see how they play it is difficult" as PSV had at least six players behind the ball at all times on Wednesday night, but some way Van Gaal must get his team winning them sorts of games. 

Van Gaal feels United are creating loads of chances

Van Gaal bemoaned the fact that his team are missing too many cases chances saying "we are also still not lucky in finishing our chances. We are creating chances, and when we are not creating maybe I'm worried" as United missed a lot of good chances to get the win against PSV.

United may not be the best team to watch, but if they beat Leicester on Saturday they will go to the top of the Premier League, but United will not have fond memories of playing at the Kingpower Stadium after getting beat 5-3 there last season.

Van Gaal still feels the referee played a bit part in United losing that game saying "the game was lost because the ref gave a penalty against Rafael, I remember it well and it changed the whole match" as United collapsed and let Leicester run away with the game after that.

Van Gaal says the Leicester defeat last season has made United defence stronger 

After the game last season where United lost 5-3 against Leicester Van Gaal feels that game made the defence better as "we have a very good defensive organisation and we have proved that this season more than ever".

Leicester are having a fantastic season so far and Van Gaal was asked if he thought Leicester had the chance to win the Premier League and he responded saying "Normally this kind of club can be a long time competing, but at the end it is more difficult".

Van Gaal continued to say "in England, though because of the quality of every team and the money is there to buy players it means the difference between all the sides is not so high" as Van Gaal feels Leicester have some very good players that are helping them compete at the top.