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Man Utd star Pogba reveals he is just getting started ahead of Liverpool clash

Manchester United star Paul Pogba did not get his season off to the best of starts but he has started showing glimpses of what he is capable of over recent weeks.

Pogba scored for United in the 4-1 win against reigning champions Leicester City and also won all three points for France over the international break in the 1-0 victory over the Netherlands.

The France international revealed that this is just the start and that he is starting to settle into the team.

The 24-year-old also stated that he is still trying to find his ideal position in the team and that he feels the Red Devils on the whole are improving.

“There’s a little time needed to adapt but once the machine gets going…,” Pogba was quoted as saying by the Sun.

“Do you think the transfer fee puts me under pressure? No, there’s no pressure.

“Things are going very well. I’m blending in with the team. I’m enjoying it. I’m adapting, trying to find the ideal position for me so I can bring more to the team.

“It’s just the start. It’s what happens at the end of the season that counts. Little by little we’re improving.

“I have confidence in the team, I know we can get better.”

We also found out that Pogba refers to himself in third person and that he does not let criticism get to him.

“I suppose they like to talk about Paul Pogba. They like the name Pogba, it has a good ring to it. It doesn’t bother me,” he added.

“Sometimes it does when I hear things here and there. It stays with me maybe for one day, then I put my music back on and I dance.”

The record breaking summer signing also revealed that he has established a close bond with Zlatan Ibrahimovic and that he sees him as being an older brother.

Pogba also praised head coach Jose Mourinho and have he feels he has a lot to learn from the Portuguese manager.

“Zlatan is a bit like a big brother. He has a winners’ mentality and he tries to push his players all the way to reach the top,” he said.

“The coach is very good. He knows how to make players improve, so I hope to learn a lot with him.”

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