Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba has disclosed that his next objective is to win the Premier League title.
Pogba, 25, made this known in an interview with AFP as he also revealed that he has struggled to motivate himself since he emerged as a World Cup winner in the summer.
The Manchester United Academy graduate was one of the standout performers for the French national squad that won this summer’s FIFA World Cup tournament in Russia.
Pogba scored one of the goals as France defeated Croatia 4-2 in their final clash on July 15.
It was a second World Cup title for France after their 1998 triumph on home soil.
On the issue of captaincy, Paul Pogba was adamant that he can still be a leader despite the manager’s decision to strip him of his role as the club’s vice-captain.
Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho made the decision after his outbursts on team tactics in the aftermath of the Red Devils’ disappointing 1-1 draw at home to newly promoted side Wolverhampton Wanderers.
Paul Pogba has failed to hit the summer heights for Manchester United this season despite scoring two goals and providing two assists in eight league matches in the colours of the Red Devils.