I work for a software product in a software company. It has been more than three months that I joined this company.
In past few release cycles I have struggled due to a learning curve of the product and business domain etc. My manager does not have good feedback about me.
Today a few interns/junior developers have joined the organization and it was an introduction session. My manager introduced me saying,
"He is [My Name], having experience of 7+ years. He keeps working on problems. Problems do not come to him, he actually goes to the problems. Overall a good guy and everybody in my team is."
As a human being I am feeling offended and thinking even if he has any negative feedback about me, he may have discussed this in person with me.
Isn't this a bit unprofessional?
Can you please suggest, should I ignore this and move on or should I report this to the Upper management level to the manager?
AFTER SEEING THE GENERAL PERCEPTION IN COMMENTS (POSITIVE)
I was just surprised the way he introduced very first time with the limitation (maybe a quality as others are evaluating it). Is it normal? Can be my own perception which is negative?
Comments and answers are pushing me to think in a positive way, which is good thing but I need a little bit more time to be convinced.