Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba has urged his teammates to get nothing but all three points against Wolves this weekend in the Premier League.
Man United will look to bounce back from last weekend’s 1-1 draw at Southampton when they play yet another away game against Wolverhampton on Sunday.
The World Cup winner, who agrees that the opening games of the season are ‘very important’, wants his side to get the win over the Wanderers before the international break.
Paul Pogba on Wolves vs Manchester United tie: “Seven points out of nine, that’s what we want,” Pogba told MUTV. “We want this win this weekend [vs Wolves]. we know it’s going to be very important. It’s the push.
“The games at the start are very important and it’s going to push us as well through the season and we need the three points.
Manchester United, under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, came the closest to winning a trophy last season but eventually lost the Europa League final to Villareal on penalties.
Paul Pogba wants Manchester United to beat Wolves United will look to improve on last season and Pogba, who is still linked with a move to PSG, claims he is ‘focused’ on helping United win a trophy. As he believes that the five assists he has managed in two games will be nothing if they don’t win a trophy.
The France star, yet again, reveals how ambitious he really is after claiming that his next assist will be the one that means the most to him and to finish as the top assister of the league.
Pogba continues: “Which assist means the most to me? The next one. The next one, hopefully.
“It’s true that it’s been very nice to get those assists [5 assists in 2 league games so far], but then you want to finish [as] the top assister of the league.
“You want to win something at the end, so all this [assists] will mean something with a trophy. It won’t mean anything without a trophy.
“I’m focused on that; I’m focused on giving my best on the pitch and hopefully I can get many more.”
Paul Pogba becomes the first player in Premier League to register five assists in the opening two games of the season.
Man United will travel to Molineux on Sunday to take on Wolves. If the Reds avoid a defeat at Wolves, they will become the first team in Premier League history to go 28 games unbeaten away from home. They are level  with Arsenal, after last weekend’s draw at St Mary’s.
He is an immense fan of the club since 2005. Miracle wonders where Man United would have ranked in the Premier League history if Sir Alex Ferguson wasn’t given enough time to rebuild the team.