Paul Pogba insists Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s introduction has helped Manchester United to reorganise themselves.
United were struggling to hold firm but following the ouster of Jose Mourinho, things seem to have changed. Constructive ideas were missing under the former coach but Solskjaer has managed to regroup the side as the Red Devils have registered wins in all the six matches.
Pogba had an on and off relationship with Mourinho and the Portuguese had frozen him out in the last few matches. But the midfield sensation has taken a long stride since then and has managed to pull off some brilliant trickery in the middle of the pitch.
The World Cup winner who has been involved in nine goals feels Solskjaer has brought back the identity. “The way we are playing we have more possession of the ball. We know more where to attack and where to go. We have more of a pattern of play and more of a structure.
“That makes it easier for everyone. So I would not say it is only myself. Yes, I have scored a few goals and had a few assists but it is all the team [that deserves credit]
“It was great for us. It was great to show we are coming back and getting closer to the top
“We needed points and we showed that we could beat a big team.
“I wouldn’t say [we had] luck because you create your own luck. David did his job and I thank him for that.
“I think the team performance was great. We played against a good team. You cannot say they are not a good team because they have top players.
“It was a great game and it was a good victory for us.”