Manchester United midfielder, Paul Pogba has said that the decision to return to Manchester United was totally his.
He said he does not regret it.
The Frenchman also insisted that he had not been negatively affected by his manager, Jose Mourinho’s decision to strip him of the club’s vice captaincy.
Pogba was punished by Mourinho in September, when the Portuguese asked him to stop parading himself as the vice-captain.
Recent reports had suggested that Mourinho was unhappy with Pogba for continuing to push for a move to Barcelona, but the former Juventus star maintains he is fully committed to United.
Pogba spoke ahead Man United clash with Juventus in the Champions League on Wednesday.
Asked how he felt about Mourinho’s decision, Pogba told press conference, “It didn’t affect me. I’m still playing and really happy to play. The manager is the one who chooses who is going to be captain
“If he takes the armband away, it doesn’t change anything for me. I just want to play, perform and give my best for the team, the fans and the club and that’s it. It didn’t really touch me or affect me.
“Choosing to come back to United, first of all, was my choice. Juve were playing Champions League and Manchester were playing Europa.
“I don’t regret my choice. I know Manchester in the last few years haven’t been at the top, but I came back to help the team and get them back to the top. We have a lot of goals.
“For me, it’s not changed, I don’t regret it at all. I’m very happy to come back to United and I’m sure we will come back to the best.”
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