Jesse Lingard sees no limit to Manchester United potential this season


Pogba, 24, left Old Trafford for Turin on a free transfer in 2012 and spent four trophy filled years at Juventus before making his return for a world-record fee of £89m and with something to prove.

Paul Pogba says he returned to Manchester United to win the Premier League and is now determined to make that a reality.

"When you know the team more, you know how to play alongside them and you get a different feeling".

"Last season the first question from everyone was always all about the price tag".

However, he says winning the English topflight is what matters most.

"Against West Ham, Matic was starting behind and I could worry more about attacking". I feel good playing that way, but it depends on what the manager wants. We have started well, but we have to carry on like this. Now I'm happy to be back.

And with manager Jose Mourinho always a title victor in his second season at clubs, United look a team to fear once more. "Winning the Premier League is what matters", Pogba told the Manchester Evening News.

"There's a lot of confidence flying around at the moment and it's good that we can stick together and be a part of it", Lingard, who came on as a substitute in United's win over West Ham, told Sky Sports News. "We don't score many set-pieces but hopefully we can add it to our game".

He dominated Old Trafford in his first match there as a United player, looking every inch the holding midfielder the team needs with Michael Carrick nearing the end of his time at the club.

By the time he was 23, Pogba was already a vital cog in one of the best teams in Europe in Juventus, and when he joined United, his arrival was greeted with jubilation from United fans.

Paul Pogba was speaking at the unveiling of a mural created by world renowned graffiti artist Alec Monopoly at Old Trafford.

PAUL POGBA took part in a Q&A session with his fans on Twitter last night - and we learnt a lot about the Manchester United superstar.

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