The under-fire Dutchman was this week the subject of reports that his tactics, team selections and treatment of some players have caused tensions in the United dressing room.
The Manchester Evening News reported that some players believe Ten Hag has favourites in the squad who avoid criticism while others are regularly singled out.
Ten Hag did not deny the reports on Friday as he looks to end a three-game losing streak.
He said: "I don't know if it's a leak but I know opinion, I know my players. Everyone can make suggestions, we are okay with it.
"At United, you have to win every game so it doesn't change anything. As always, it's about how we play against Burnley, there's no easy game, definitely not against Burnley."
"We know how intense they play football, we know their approach, I like the approach from them, the adventure, high intensity and dynamic in their game, so we have to play our best."