Manchester United's world record signing Paul Pogba has revealed which seven stars, including one African, inspired him when he was growing up.
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The 23-year-old made his second debut for the Red Devils in their 2-0 win over Southampton on Friday night.
Pogba, who played the whole 90 minutes and looked very comfortable against the Saints, recently spoke to Arsenal legend Thierry Henry in an extended interview, during which he mentioned Yaya Toure as one of seven stars who inspired him as a youngster.
"A lot of players like Ronaldinho, the Brazilian Ronaldo, Kaka, (Zinedine) Zidane, (Andres) Iniesta, Yaya Toure, (Patrick) Vieira," he said, as quoted by Sky Sports.
"I try to take all the best of them and make Pogba."
Pogba, who joined United from Juventus for €105 million (R1.58 billion), plus another €5 million (R77 million) in add-ons, also insisted he returned to Old Trafford to win titles.
"I went to Italy and did my years there," he added.
"This comeback shows that I left United, but a part of my heart was still here.
"I didn't finish my work here, so I came back here to help the team as much as I can, and to win. I came to make United win again."
Pogba and United are currently second in the Premier League table after winning their first two games, and will face Hull City next.
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