Pogba has his sights on the Premier League.
Paul Pogba has revealed he is keen to win the Premier League title after captaining Manchester United to victory on Friday.
The Red Devils beat Leicester City 2-1, with Pogba scoring the opener from the penalty spot before Luke Shaw increased the lead, and Jamie Vardy scored a consolation goal late on with a close range header.
However, following the match at Old Trafford, the World Cup winner said he is eager to add more trophies to his cabinet.
Pogba said as the Mirror reported: “That (the World Cup) is the past, we stay in the history books. I’m someone who likes challenges and I want to improve and progress. I have to keep the World Cup in mind but leave it behind now and keep working to get better and better.
“I’m quite young, 25, I want to get better, progress and win more trophies. I won’t be full with a World Cup. It’s a great cup and it will stay in mind but I want to win other trophies.
“I didn’t win a Premier League, didn’t win a Champions League or European Championship. It means there is more to win hopefully.
“Obviously we should start the Premier League with a win and we did it. I only came back Monday, it was very hard. Very difficult for legs and stamina. The performance of the team was OK, we just wanted to go out and get a win.”