Paul Pogba says Manchester United are mentally stronger after three wins
United beat Young Boys 3-0 in Champions League opener on Wednesday
By Gerard Brand
Last Updated: 20/09/18 7:37am
Paul Pogba insists Manchester United are stronger mentally in recent weeks after three away wins on the trot.
Having lost two of their opening three Premier League games, United have now beaten Burnley, Watford and Young Boys in September, the latest a 3-0 win in Bern in their Champions League opener.
Pogba scored twice and set up the other for Anthony Martial in Switzerland, and says even those squad players who have come into the squad recently look at home under Jose Mourinho.
He told Sky Sports: "Obviously when you win you are happier, mentally we are stronger we get better, we change the team but even the players who come in feel already like they are in the team, and that's all we need.
"It's a very important win because it was the first game in the Champions League, we needed to start well and we did. We had the result we wanted, maybe the performance should be better, but we have the result and three points.
"So I'm very happy to score and be decisive in the win and for the performance of the team. If I can do it, try to help the team as much as possible, if I can score and assist that is great."
Pogba and United host Wolves in the Premier League on Saturday, before facing Derby in the Carabao Cup third round on Tuesday night.