Ahead of the first Manchester derby of the season on Sunday, he told Starsport: "Pogba, you could argue, would get into the City team". He's 24-years-old, if he's not got it now when is he going to get it?
The Premier League is so hard and tough, ' said the midfielder.
Soon after the game Pogba refused to answer any questions on his red card, which came from a studs up challenge on Spanish wingback Hector Bellerin.
Certainly playing with the likes of Nemanja Matic and working with such a tactically astute manager as Jose Mourinho can only help to iron out any kinks in the supremely talented midfielders game. And Champions League victor and pundit Steven Gerard has noticed how well the Frenchman has played.
But now the Frenchman, who is ruled out of the Manchester derby through suspension, has opened up about the incident. He's growing all the time.
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City were thought likely to play in an ICC tournament in China in 2018 but organisers may hold off on staging such an event in that country until a non-World Cup year. He's a quality passer but his biggest strength is his athleticism, his legs.
United's defensive record speaks for itself this campaign so it's just a matter of who makes the cut there - and with Victor Lindelof's recent form, we feel he is the right man to partner Eric Bailly. "He's also a threat in the box off set-pieces and defending side of it as well, he's a big giant in the box and a big presence there".
Pogba's sending off will see him miss United's next three domestic games, with the first being against Manchester City at Old Trafford this weekend. "To win those game you need to give everything". You need to be there offensively, defensively.
"When he is on the ball, there's lots of things to admire, he's powerful, he's got good technique, he can wrong foot people, he can ping the ball".
However, the former Juventus star still believes he can help his squad win the match through mental motivation. Following his red card against the Gunners, the France global has been handed a three match ban, which sees him miss out on the hugely anticipated Manchester derby, as well as games against both Bournemouth and West Brom.