Solskjaer has held talks with Les Bleus star Pogba.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer says Paul Pogba is "happy" at Manchester United despite rumours linking the France international with a move away from Old Trafford.
Solskjaer whose side beat Watford 2-0 on Saturday has blamed the international break for reports suggesting Pogba could leave United for Real Madrid this summer after the midfield maestro revealed it would be a "dream" to play for Zinedine Zidane - following his return to Los Blancos last month.
"I don't like to talk about other teams' players, but that's the challenge with international breaks,” the Norwegian told reporters at a news conference ahead of the Red Devils’ midweek tie against Wolves.
"Players are available [to talk to the media] all the time and it's a different environment. It was a general talk.
"Paul is a very nice and polite man, who then answered a general question on it. To any kids in France, Zidane is an icon. He's a fantastic manager and was a fantastic player who I played against.
"Pogba's politely answered [a question]. He's happy here, he's going be a big, big part [of United's future]. I've always said you'd like to build your team around him, and that hasn't changed at all."