Manchester United Coach Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has warned midfielder Paul Pogba again that nobody is bigger than the club, MySportDab reports.
However, Solskjaer believes Pogba has the right attitude on the pitch for Manchester United.
The France international wants to leave Old Trafford for a new challenge after five years of his inconsistency at the club.
Pogba is ready to quit United, and Juventus remain favourites to sign him ahead of Real Madrid next summer.
But, Speaking ahead of the Premier League match against Leeds on Sunday, Solskjaer has insisted that Pogba must remain focused.
“Paul was here from a young age, we signed him early, he has the Man United DNA in him,” he said.
“He knows the club. Manchester United is a team. I won’t allow anyone think he is bigger than the club because no-one is.
“Absolutely nobody and Paul understands this. Not only Pogba, everyone understands.
“Paul is always ambitious to play football. He’s impressive in training, and he has got a good attitude.
“He’s had some injuries this season, he had Covid at some point. Now, he’s back to full fitness.
“Of course he wants to do well for as the team, despite how many minutes he gets on the pitch.”