Manchester United interim boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has heaped praise on French mid-fielder Paul Pogba.
The former United striker, who replaced Jose Mourinho as the club's new manager, vowed to get the best out of Pogba.
The player started the season well under Jose, but his performances dropped and so did his place in the team.
Pogba has been in the news since quite some time and largely after Jose's sacking earlier this week.
The Frenchman shared a frosty relation with the Portuguese since last season and issues crept up by each passing week.
Pogba's role as vice-captain earlier in the season was also taken away by Jose.
He was also dropped in the previous set of EPL matches.
The player was criticized by former United legends after he posted a tweet post Jose's sacking that had him smirking with the words "caption this".
The tweet was deleted soon after.
Reports suggested that Pogba's tweet was a sponsored post that was taken off due to the hysteria it caused on social media.
With Mourinho gone now, Pogba has no excuse left.
Solskjaer, who had earlier highlighted the importance of man-management, vowed to get the best out of Pogba.
"He's a World Cup winner. Paul is a terrific lad and when I had him as a kid, he was always there, the happy-go-lucky lad. He hasn't changed personality-wise. He's a better player of course and he's one that I want to get the best out of."
Solskjaer has refuted claims that the power has shifted to players in the modern era.
He said that despite the game having evolved and the structure of the club changing, the power remains with the manager.
"Football is developing. The structure of the club has developed. The power is with the manager. He picks the team, the tactics, the strategy."
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