Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer needs to win trophies or the Premier League title to save his job.
A 4-1 win against Newcastle on Saturday has given him some respite but Ander Herrera has warned he needs to win trophies to be safe.
Herrera told the Telegraph: ” United is about titles and if you don’t win titles and you are not fighting for the league and fighting for trophies you are going to get criticised.
“The only thing I can tell you is that we (PSG) are in a good moment, we had a fantastic season last season and it is not going to be easy for them to beat us.”
Herrera has also opened up on what it is like to play with the calibre of player he is at PSG and previously at United.
“We have some big stars,” he explained.
“They need players like me to help them perform at their best. I am so happy to be here and will always be happy as long as I am useful.
“At United I knew that Paul Pogba was special, [Zlatan] Ibra was special, Wayne Rooney was special, Marcus Rashford was special and I was there to help them and try to make them better players.”
Herrera has also revealed a chat he had with Edinson Cavani before the Uruguay star moved to Old Trafford on deadline day.
“I think we spoke about five minutes before he said yes,” Herrera added.
“I think Cavani is also made for Old Trafford.
“I told him he was going to play for the biggest club in the UK. I don’t think he needed to hear that from me but mine was the last opinion.”
United take on PSG in the Champions League tomorrow night from 8pm.
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