The midfielder has been targeted by unhappy United fans.
â€śWhen I first started getting singled out, it stung, yeah,â€ť Cleverley told the Mirror, â€śbut itâ€™s something you have got to learn to take when the team is not doing well.
â€śMy job goes under the radar at times. I am not a player whoâ€™s going to beat three or four people and stick it in the top corner or go round tackling people like Roy Keane.
â€śI would like the fans on my side and it hurts a little bit when you have grown up at the club and love the club every bit as much as the supporters.
â€śBut there are other people in the current United squad who have been through this kind of thing and they have made sure their quality shone through.
â€śI have got to look at those people. I have learned to take it with a pinch of salt and Iâ€™m sure it will make me stronger for the rest of my career.
â€śI feel Iâ€™ve been made a scapegoat a little bit. A few people in the media certainly seem to have a perception of me not doing much in the team.
â€śDonâ€™t get me wrong, I know I can do better but people are making a big thing about how I donâ€™t score enough goals when that is not necessarily my first job in the team.â€ť