Roy Keane bemoaned what he sees as a lack of leaders at Manchester United following Sunday's defeat to Arsenal at Old Trafford.
Keane also said that he doesn't see "guys you want to be in the trenches with, guys you trust" and suggested this group of player will get Ole Gunnar Solskjaer the sack.
"Well, I can say I haven’t seen his comments but we don’t look on what’s happening, especially after a negative result," Man Utd captain Harry Maguire when asked about Keane's comments on Tuesday.
"We don’t bring the negativity into the place. We stay positive.
"I can for sure say there is a lot of leaders in the squad. I'm the captain and I’ve got a lot of leadership around me as well, staff and players. So, for sure, there’s a lot of leaders in this squad."
United play Istanbul Basaksehir in the Champions League on Wednesday and then Everton at the weekend before another international break. Solskjaer believes there will be a response from his side to the weekend's disappointing result.
"Roy has always been outspoken and I’m very glad that I’ve got the players that we have here with us," said the Norwegian.
"We’ve got different jobs and Roy’s job is to give his opinion and I always listen to Roy.
"But we move on here with a great group of players, strong group of players, and I’m sure we’ll see a response."