Manchester United star Paul Pogba has made it clear he has no problem with manager Jose Mourinho despite the media suggesting otherwise.
The Frenchman has fallen out of favour at Old Trafford, and he was left on the bench for both legs of the Champions League tie against Sevilla.
France boss Didier Deschamps also commented that Pogba couldn’t be happy with the current situation, but the player has made it clear he accepts the manager’s decisions.
“He is the coach, he makes the decisions,” Pogba told French TV channel Canal+. “Me, I am a player. I accept it and I have to respond on the pitch.”
The highly rated footballer has also denied reports linking him with a summer move away from Old Trafford.
“Mourinho has made me captain. He gave me the keys, the responsibilities at a great club like Manchester United.
“For the time being, I am at Manchester United and I am only thinking about the present. We are in the FA Cup final; I have a World Cup to come.
“Transfers, all that sort of thing, are not on my mind.”
Paul Pogba, 25, has so far managed 14 goals and 18 assists in 90 competitive outings for the Red Devils, but he hasn’t quite justified the £89 million transfer fee.