Publication date: Monday, April 8, 2019 3:32
Mike Phelan says that Manchester United is "applying" to the game of Paul Pogba in an effort to bring about a certain consistency in his record company.
Pogba's shape dramatically improved upon the arrival of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to replace José Mourinho in December. The star of France recently fought to keep these standards in between links to Real Madrid.
Phelan, who returned to Old Trafford to help Solskjaer, insists that Pogba is not "the finished agreement" and the coach urged the World Cup winner to challenge him to achieve his potential in United.
If we talk about the initial improvement of Pogba in Solskjaer, Phelan told Reuters: "I think this happened with few players, they probably surrendered a bit and were very cautious.
"Paul had a spell where all eyes were upon him and the delivery of his best was not all the time, consistency.
"We are now trying to apply to the game of Paul. Ole did a great job to help Paul through certain spells and he accepted this. He is maturing all the time.
"It is not the final agreement but everyone watches and sees a winner of the World Cup, but he is not the final agreement, there is still much more to come up and that is the exciting moment of United.
"There are players there who have not achieved what they need for the club and we want to make sure they enjoy that experience, accept the opportunity to win things at Manchester United."