Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has hinted at a change of position for Paul Pogba aftermath of 2-1 win over Watford.
“Paul is important for us and we couldn’t keep the ball today. We had 50-50 possession at home, you are a bit disappointed with that.
“Paul has been away, played two games with France. [He plays] a bit deeper [role] for them so that is something we may have to think about to get him more involved.
“Paul can do both, he can attack and defend.”
Solskjaer also had some kind words for Chris Smalling and Phil Jones but accepted that our performance was not up to the mark:
“It is one of them. The first games after international breaks that you know could be a potential banana skin.
“They deserved to take the lead. After we scored, with a great goal, the rest of the first half we played some great counter-attacking stuff.
“Second half we started sloppier again but at 2-0 I thought we were in control but then they scored and anything could happen then.
“It was more a draw, performance-wise. We’ll take the three points. Some of the players who went away maybe played too much.”