Shaw has struggled to nail down a beginning berth for United this season, with the emergence of younger full-back Brandon Williams offering actual competitors in defence.
The Red Devils sit in ninth place in the Premier League desk after an inconsistent begin to the season, and the England worldwide believes the Gunners, who’re beneath them in the desk, aren’t underneath the same scrutiny.
He advised The Mirror: ‘No disrespect to Arsenal who are a fantastic club, but they’re not precisely having the biggest of seasons and it’s hardly talked about.
‘I find it quite funny that if it’s United, everybody criticises, however Arsenal don’t get a point out.’
The 24-year-old additionally mentioned that his supervisor Ole Gunnar Solskjaer shields the staff from a whole lot of flak, and the gamers ought to take extra duty.
He added: ‘We’re all conscious how the supervisor has tried to take the criticism on himself this season.
‘We admire him for that, but there does come a time as a player when you have to look at yourself and realise that it’s all on you.
‘The manager can’t maintain defending us and taking the criticism.
‘We’re all right here as a result of the supervisor believes in us and it’s disappointing there have been instances this season after we’ve let down him, ourselves and the United followers.
United face a troublesome journey to Stamford Bridge the place they tackle Frank Lampard’s Chelsea facet on Monday evening.
With the information of Manchester City’s expulsion from the Champions League, the fifth-placed facet in the Premier League could also be granted a spot in Europe’s elite competitors.