The feeling doesn't seem to be mutual, Louis.
Manchester United suffered their third consecutive loss in all competitions, stretching their run without a win to six games as Norwich came to Old Trafford and left with all three points.
Even Ryan Giggs appeared to lose faith in Van Gaal's philosophy during the second half, but the Dutch manager has stressed that he is pleased with the Old Trafford faithful as the fans got behind the team when they went 2-0 down.
That is likely to rile Man United fans, rather than satisfy them. In particular the idea that the tough run of Christmas games provides the team with a chance to turn things around seems strange, as on current form those fixtures could be what take Manchester United's season from bad to worse.
Van Gaal is now under immense pressure, and should no action be taken regarding his status as manager within the next few days, United travel to Stoke next week in desperate need of a win.