Hart recognises the privileged position he's in.
"The spotlight shines on us and that's a good thing because it means people are interested and love the game," says Hart to the Daily Mail.
"With the good comes the bad and you have to deal with it. 'The season has been indifferent. We have had two teams, one in Europe and one in the league. We know we haven't been great all the time but we know we have that greatness inside us and when it does come it will put us in a very good place.
"I am in a position where so many people say so many nice things and that's great. But sometimes it's inevitable that you will find someone who doesn't agree and will criticise you. I think it actually pays to listen to those who may be saying things that hurt you at the time. At the end of the day, you may learn something."