Speaking after his side's 0-0 draw against Switzerland, France midfielder Paul Pogba feels critics will always have their say regardless of how he plays.
The point was enough to seal top spot in Group A for Didier Deschamps' men and Pogba, who had a decent showing in the middle of the park as a box-to-box midfielder, says he was more concerned with the team than his individual performance.
"I play football, I play for the team. It will be talked about, good or bad," he told BeIN Sports after the game. "We had opportunities to win but in the end, we take a point. We are happy to be first. The adventure goes on.
"Early in the game, I started high up on the field, we were fine. Then, they had more space and suddenly, I was forced to stay back.
"The critics? I have no answer to give to anyone."
The 23-year-old also faces an uncertain future after Euro 2016, with his agent Mino Raiola confirming to Marca on Sunday that talks had begun between Pogba's club Juventus and Real Madrid.