Paul Pogba: Manchester United must 'attack, attack, attack' more at Old Trafford

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The 25-year-old French World Cup winning midfielder said there were no excuses for not attacking in home games.

Sir Alex Ferguson is back at Old Trafford for a Manchester United game on Saturday for the first time since undergoing emergency surgery for a brain hemorrhage in the spring.

And Mourinho was left irritated by the attitude of his players, seemingly envious of Wolves' mentality.

While the 76-year-old was unable to attend the event in person, he recorded a personal message for Scholes, hailing his former player as one of Old Trafford's all-time greats. "That was our mistake".

United's title hopes already look over, after just six games, and Pogba added of the match: "We didn't lose, but for me we should have won".

"We should just attack and press, like we did against Tottenham, Liverpool, Chelsea and Arsenal last season".

"When we play like [that] it's easier for us". The important thing was getting the right time and the right rest before coming to a game.

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Pogba never took aim at his teammates.

Paul Pogba was again involved in anything good that United offered, and it was the Frenchman who assisted Fred for the opener, his first goal for the red devils.

"We should play much better against Wolves", the World Cup victor told reporters. We have to win today because after that it will be hard to close the gap. It has become a familiar pattern and, when asked if there needed to be far more movement ahead of him, Pogba gave a wry laugh before eventually abandoning any attempt at diplomacy.

"That's my way of thinking - we should move better, yeah".

"Some of the doctors are here (as special guests) who did the operation and I thought it was the right thing to do".

Ferguson retired from coaching in 2013, after amassing 38 trophies in nearly 27 years at United, who took the lead but had to settle with a stalemate.

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