Emery said it was "normal" that he face criticism for PSG's failure to progress further than the last-16 of the Champions League despite effectively spending 400 million euros on Neymar and 19-year-old French striker Kylian Mbappe last summer.
Asked about the speculation over his own future, the former Sevilla boss said: "This is normal, the criticism is normal".
"The Champions League is very important, but our other goals are important too". The future for me is tomorrow.
Emery claims leaving his position before the end of the season is "not an issue on the agenda".
"I will pass this on to my players".
"What disappointed me most was the elimination and reaction of a few players".
It is widely rumoured that his days as PSG's head coach are numbered and the club are looking at potential managers to replace him.
"We also need patience. A process is to win, but also to lose", he said in a press conference broadcast on the club's website.
Pochettino appears to be PSG's preferred option to take the club forward, but with Spurs set to begin an exciting era in their new White Hart Lane stadium next season, the Argentine is likely to stay and continue his project with the North Londoners.
But the reality struck hard at Parc des Princes as Al-Khelaifi's expensive toy got broken by the reigning European Champions who - quite symbolically - demonstrated a huge difference between born and bred champions on one side and an artificially built project on another.
"He did not want to say things like that". All arrived yesterday with the idea of preparing for Saturday's match.