Paul Pogba: Why I Joined Manchester United

Paul Pogba: Why I Joined Manchester United

"Now everyone is asking about the football".

"I think we play together very well", he told us. I always give my best and now it is my second season. And since I left, I always thought he could be a ideal player for us. "We will continue like this and I'm happy to have him in the team".

"I came here to win the Premier League".

"My dream was always to play here", said Pogba.

Bryan Robson believes Nemanja Matic will go on to be a "great player" for Manchester United following his impressive debut against West Ham last weekend.

Lukaku got one in the Super Cup against Real Madrid but his brace against West Ham was more important.

Swansea City head coach Paul Clement: "My message to the fans would be that the club wants to move forward, we want to improve our squad and our style. I am confident for the team this season". I expect a hard game for us but we are Manchester and we know what we have to do.

Despite opening his account, he admitted that the players at United have not set specific targets as they look to win the title this term.

Tiemoue Bakayoko Chelsea
GETTY Tiemoue Bakayoko will be a key player for Chelsea this season when he is fully fit

However, Pogba's first season back in England was far from a success and he attracted a lot of criticism as he failed to find any consistency in his game.

"I came here to win the Premier League and to challenge myself as well".

However, the ex-England worldwide was put on the spot with a question on United - if he could sign any player in Mourinho's new-look team for Liverpool, who would it be? Winning the Premier League is what matters. Also, Romelu Lukaku topped the NBC Sports Premier League power rankings for week one. At times last season he struggled with injury.

Lukaku, let us not forget, was originally a Chelsea player and was widely expected to return to Stamford Bridge when he left Everton.

So Chelsea could not have been surprised by Mourinho's continuing admiration for the midfielder.

The Super Sunday panel all agreed that Chelsea have made a huge mistake selling Nemanja Matic to rivals Manchester United.

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

They were accompanied by Jean-Claude Biver, CEO of TAG Heuer and President of the LVMH Group Watch Division, who warmly encouraged and congratulated them on their finished artwork.