Even as he stopped to talk in the wake of United's latest troubled outing at Old Trafford, exasperation writ large on his face, the France midfielder seemed to be caught in two minds about precisely how much he should say, and how far he should go.
That's the view of former Chelsea striker Chris Sutton who thinks United fans deserve a better spectacle from Jose Mourinho.
United ended their weekend match with Wolves 1-1 at home, putting another dent in their hopes of chasing the Premier League crown this season.
"Obviously we should show more options but I can not say that because I'm a player".
Pogba was instrumental in Fred's opener against Wolves and when pushed about what was limiting United going forward, the 25-year-old World Cup victor reluctantly suggested it was down to a lack of pace and movement up front - both hallmarks of Sir Alex Ferguson's best teams.
United sit seventh in the Premier League after the opening month of the season, and there is growing unrest at Old Trafford regarding the team's style of play. 'That's Old Trafford. We are here to attack.
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"Teams are scared when they see Man United attacking and attacking".
"That was our mistake today [Saturday]". We are at home, they are three points that we should get. 'When we play like this it's easier for us'. Mourinho and the Frenchman reportedly have a frosty relationship, and Pogba's most recent comments will not help that.
"Obviously we should show more options, but I can not say that because I'm a player".
"Obviously we should show more options but I can not say that because I'm a player". Maybe he's right, I don't know.
'We didn't lose, but for me we should have won.
Pogba added: "We know that Alexis Sanchez can bring a lot and I'm sure he will".
The visitors got the game off to a good start as Raul Jimenez tried David De Gea for the first time in the game but the Spaniard was well placed to save the ball.