Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba says that he’s relishing the ‘freedom’ which he has been afforded since Ole Gunnar Solskjaer took over as interim supervisor.
Closely criticised for his performances beneath the earlier regime, Pogba has loved a brand new lease of life beneath Solskjaer, taking part in a component in additional Premier League targets than every other participant over the identical time frame.
The move he supplied for Marcus Rashford‘s winner towards Tottenham on Sunday was his fourth help beneath Solskjaer, and Pogba admitted that he most well-liked the brand new supervisor’s ways to these employed by Jose Mourinho.
“I am having fun with taking part in soccer. It was tough within the system [under Mourinho], the ways we used to play. I wish to be extra attacking, urgent, play excessive,” Pogba instructed Sky Sports.
“Typically I might go however defending will not be my finest attribute. The place I play [at the moment] we perceive one another and I am the place I really feel most comfy.
“That helps me [having Nemanja Matic and Ander Herrera behind]. I do know Matic can be there and we are able to press excessive and I can shoot, move… that is what I have been doing because the supervisor got here. I do know I’ve safety behind me and I’ve the liberty.”
Pogba was notoriously important of United‘s model of play beneath Mourinho. The Frenchman stated that his staff ought to ‘assault, assault, assault’ after they drew 1-1 at house to Wolves in September.
Sunday’s win made it six wins out of six as United supervisor for Solskjaer as they gained floor on the highest 5. United had been eight factors behind Arsenal when Solskjaer took cost, however solely aim variations separates them now.