“He’s been here in two spells, he came as a kid and he’s learnt about the history of the club, the passion of the club he wants to do the best for Man United when he’s here.
“I think we’ve seen that, that he really cares for his team and he’s trying to be as successful as everyone else. But our conversations have to remain private.”
The United boss refused to take credit for Pogba’s upturn in form though, insisting the midfielder is reaping the benefits of hard work.
“I think you should ask Paul what he’s done,” said Solskjaer. “The answer is that Paul has really knuckled down, he’s worked hard, he’s got his fitness back.
“I’ve said this many times, he had a bad season last season with injuries, he had COVID-19 this season and an injury.