Former Manchester United goalkeeper Roy Carroll says David De Gea will be haunted by his errors.
De Geaâ€™s poor punch led to Clint Dempseyâ€™s equaliser at White Hart Lane on Sunday as Tottenham denied United three points.
It was the latest in a long line of mistakes from De Gea, 22, since his ÂŁ19m move from Atletico Madrid in 2011.
Carroll told the Daily Star: â€śOnce you make mistakes, people never forget about it, so I think as a young goalkeeper itâ€™s very hard.
â€śManchester United are one of the biggest teams in the world and if you make mistakes the press are always on your case all the time. Thatâ€™s what happens at a big club.â€ť
Olympiakos keeper Carroll added: â€śI feel very sorry for him. I had four years there but I made a lot of mistakes as well.
â€śYou need the managerâ€™s backing and I think heâ€™s got that because heâ€™s played a lot of games since heâ€™s come in.
â€śHeâ€™s a very good keeper. Heâ€™s still young.
â€śThere have been a lot of changes at Manchester United across the back four this season with injuries, so I think itâ€™s very difficult for him at the moment."