Manchester United boss David Moyes has responded to the reported plane protest that looks set to take place during his side's clash with Aston Villa this weekend.
Reports have suggested that a group of Red Devils fans have paid for a plane to fly over the Theatre of Dreams trailing a message against the United boss.
With the 'Chosen One' banner inside Old Trafford, a message reading 'Wrong One: Moyes Out' looks set to overshadow United's clash tomorrow lunch time.
Manchester United have had a nightmare campaign and hit rock bottom after losing to rivals Manchester City at Old Trafford on Tuesday. The Red Devils were beaten 3-0 by Manuel Pellegrini's side - the same scoreline that Liverpool inflicted on them just weeks before.
However, the Manchester United boss has insisted that people are entitled to voice their opinion and he remains motivated to succeed.
As reported by the Manchester Evening News, in his pre-match press conference, the United manager said: "I heard about that. People are entitled to do that. Everywhere I go I get great support. I'm more driven."
Despite the potential protests, Manchester United will be desperate to secure all three points against Paul Lambert's side, as they look to build momentum ahead of their Champions League quarter-final clash with Bayern Munich next week.
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