The 27 year old Manchester United midfielder believes that because of the Aura what they got sometimes they win even when they are not at their best.
The Spanish midfielder believes that there is some kind of Aura is there with the Red Devils which helps them to win their match something without performing their best.
The Manchester United side has made a habit of grinding results down these years, under Sir Alex Ferguson’s side emerged victorious against all the odds.
Right now Under Jose Mourihno the Red Devils side is achieving that same as they have struggled in their earlier games of this season.
Right now they are unstoppable in the EPL as they are also progressing in the knockout competitions also.
In their last match the Manchester United side has won the EFL trophy against the Southampton side by 3-2.
Herrera said to the MUTV: "Southampton played very well but we have been looking for this the whole season.
"How many times have we played better than our opponents and had much more chances than our opponents, but didn't win? I said that sooner or later, the goals will come and I think we were very, very clinical on Sunday.
"Sometimes, the badge wins games and this was an example of that."
In that match Herrera showcase some wonderful football for the Red Devils and also he wants to achieve more silverware with them.
He voiced: "It's a very nice feeling. Our second trophy of the season, my third with the club and all that's happened to me in this stadium [Wembley] has been brilliant. Our fans have another trophy for our brilliant history so everything is good."
"I think one of the things [Jose] Mourinho has brought to this club is he is a winner. He shared that with the group, with the team and with the squad.
"At this moment, it's not very easy to beat us. We have to respect every opponent but the badge sometimes wins the game. We keep going. It's our second title of the season but it's not enough for us.
"We are not having too much time to enjoy it with our people. We are playing every week now but have two days off as the manager understands perfectly what we need.
"Already, we have to focus on Bournemouth [Saturday's visitors to Old Trafford] as we have to be in the top four. We want to play in the Champions League next season."