Now I'm back and happy to be back.
'We all know more about the Premier League.
Paul Pogba scored in the 4-0 trouncing of West Ham United on Sunday, and he was one of the many heroes for the Red Devils.
Speaking at Old Trafford 48 hours after their 4-0 rout of West Ham to begin their Premier League campaign, Pogba admitted there is no longer the same focus on how much he cost.
United and Pogba won three trophies - the Community Shield, League Cup and Europa League - last season, but they struggled to a sixth-placed finish.
"It's always a massive honour to run out at Old Trafford or wherever we play for Man United".
"Matic was a key player and Romelu Lukaku scored two goals, so it's what we wanted and what we expect. We have started well but we have to carry on like this", Pogba said about the season opener.More news: Protesters Chant 'Shame on You' as President Arrives at Trump Tower
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'My dream was to play and when I finished I always felt like I had missed something at Manchester United because I wasn't a first XI player for them.
He was more than that against West Ham. "I think that trust between the player and manager is massively important".
"We're obviously back in the Champions League this season so there's many more trophies we can win". Even if Mourinho has experienced the Premier League before it was at Chelsea.
Pogba and Lingard were at Old Trafford on Tuesday for the unveiling of a mural created by graffiti artist Alec Monopoly, whose depiction of scenes around the stadium was added to by some of the club's players.
By the time he was 23, Pogba was already a vital cog in one of the best teams in Europe in Juventus, and when he joined United, his arrival was greeted with jubilation from United fans.
Paul Pogba has hit out at singer Jessie J and rapper B.o.B, insisting that his first season at Manchester United was indeed "all about the price tag".
Mourinho was also there to see the artwork created by TAG Heuer, Manchester United's official timekeeper and global watch partner - and the United boss has finishing touches of his own to make in the coming weeks.