Pogba takes aim at Mourinho's negative tactics

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Speaking of his opponents in his post-match press conference, the Manchester United manager said: "Wolves, by the way they faced the game, I think they deserve it". That's Old Trafford. We're here to attack.

But United star Pogba, who has voiced his desire for more attacking football from the club , is adamant the 29-year-old will overcome his woes in Manchester. "That was our mistake".

United are seventh in the standings, eight points behind leaders Liverpool after six matches.

While Jose Mourinho focused on the attitude of his players in the aftermath of the disappointment at Old Trafford, Pogba believes United's cautious game plan was what hurt them most. We made it quite easy for them to cope with our supremacy in last 20 minutes.

Paul Pogba has accused Jose Mourinho of holding Manchester United back with his negative tactics. "We should move more, yeah".

"I'm not the manager, I can not, like, say that but ... obviously we should show more option of playing but I can not say that because I'm a player", Pogba said.

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When asked if his players need to learn such an attitude, Mourinho said, "Come on, this is something you learn when you are a kid in the academy, you don't need experiences at the highest level to learn that". Then we tried to defend a bit more against the counter-attack.

Manchester United's Paul Pogba.

The France World Cup victor added: "We didn't lose, but for me we should have won".

'I don't know how many games we've had at home - three - and we've got only four points. It's not enough. We've played six games in the Premier League, it's not that we should get anxious, but we should obviously get closer.

They were held 1-1 by Wolves on Saturday, a result that might easily have been worse were it not for the excellence of goalkeeper David De Gea, having been thrashed 3-0 by Spurs in the previous home fixture.

"We've played six games in the Premier League, it's not that we should get anxious, but we should obviously get closer - get closer and closer".

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