Paul Pogba has said he needs more time to adapt to Manchester United and that he responds to criticism by dancing.
The United midfielder, who has made an unconvincing start to the season since a world record £89.3 million move, also said in the interview with Telefoot that fellow summer signing Zlatan Ibrahimovic is like a “big brother.”
Pogba was quoted by the Independent as saying: “I will need a little time to adapt in Manchester, time for the machine to start working. I am adapting.
“People like to talk about Paul Pogba. The critics, they stay for a day, then — after that — I put my music back on, I dance.”
Pogba said he feels “no pressure” regarding his transfer fee and added he hopes to “learn a lot” from manager Jose Mourinho.
Pogba has only scored once in eight appearances for United so far this season, but he struck for France in a 1-0 win against Netherlands in World Cup qualifying during the international break.
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