Paul Pobga says he feels like he went for a holiday and just came back "home" after signing for Manchester United.
The Rolls Royce box-to-box midfield ace has expressed his delight after sealing a big-money move back to Old Trafford - where he left for Juventus four years ago.
"I feel like I went for a holiday and now I've come back home and I'm happy," Pogba - who won four Serie A titles with Juve - told MUTV. "I think it's destiny. I would say it's destiny. First, my mum told me I would come back here.
"And I said 'You never know, we'll see', and also it is a big challenge for me to come back here.
"I started here and I came back to finish the job.
"They say, 'Your mum is always right', and obviously she was this time."
Regarding what his price tag (£89m), Pogba said he is not bothered about that but is focused on delivering on the pitch for United and wants to become the best player in the world.
"I am only focused on the pitch," he said. "I want to be great, I want to be one of the best, I want to win titles, I want to achieve things and that is why I came here. To do this, to become one of the best and to win titles.
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"I know this club has to win titles, this club is great to win titles, to win big things. That's what I focus on. I'm ready to go and work on that and just kill it."
On the difference between when he left United as a 19-year-old on a free transfer and now he has returned at the age of 23, he said: "Well, I was younger, now I am bigger and now I am taller!
"I was meant to come back here. I feel this. I always had this United thing in my heart and that's why I came back and I'm happy.
"I have more experience now, I have won titles with Juventus and I've been playing with big players like I did when I started here and I've come back - not from the academy, I wanted to play somewhere else - but now I have come back as an adult with more experience and more games, so I think that's the difference."
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