"But there are good players more than ready to play".
"Bad decisions, fantasy football, PlayStation football, tricks and when you stopped to play as a team and when you stopped to play seriously I don't like and you gamble a little bit".
The Sun initially claimed that the Manchester United manager, as well as his backroom staff, have placed the blame on the French midfielder for the hamstring injury which is set to keep him sidelined for several weeks.
Herrera started the game against Stoke on Saturday, but Mourinho will need to rely once again on the former Athletic Bilbao player in the coming weeks.
"I don't know, I just know that it's a muscular injury", the United boss said.
"I don't know [the extent]".
Shaw has not played since suffering ligament damage in a draw with Swansea at the end of April which forced him to miss the end of United's Premier League campaign and the Europa League final win over Ajax. We lost important players last season and we were not crying or getting excuses. The Frenchman was brought off the pitch in the 18th minute of the game after he pulled up, and was later seen leaving Old Trafford on crutches.
And Mourinho says the England worldwide is available for selection once again, but Sunday's visit of Everton (3:30pm) might be too soon.
Apparently though the France midfielder instead opted to seek treatment from an external personal trainer and Mourinho and the United medics feel that has "made the midfielder far more vulnerable to injury".
Mourinho has Michael Carrick and Fellaini who are both capable of partnering Nemanja Matic in the Manchester United midfield for the visit of Everton on Sunday.