Despite being one of the best midfielders in the world, Manchester United star Paul Pogba has admitted he is still learning a lot about the position, and named two of his midfield role models.
Across his spells with United and Juventus, Pogba has developed into one of the world's leading midfield players, but the 2018 FIFA World Cup winner has insisted he still has a lot of learning to do.
The 27-year-old was speaking to the UTD Podcast recently when he made the revelation, and he explained that ex-United teammate Paul Scholes and former Juve partner Andrea Pirlo were two of the players he had learned the most from during his career so far.
"You learn a lot and you look at them," Pogba said.
"I really learned and have been learning. It was unbelievable for me, seeing them training like that, and it pushed me.
"Okay, I have to work hard and have a lot more to do. Pirlo and Scholes, those are midfielders who control the game, the players to look at, and I learned from them, a lot."
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Pogba, whose progress this season has been hindered by a spate of injuries, also explained how he was shifted to the centre of the park during the early stages of his career after initially starting out as a forward.
"I started as a striker and then a number 10 and then a number six," he added.
"Thank God, I didn't go to centre-back! It was because I wanted to touch the ball too much.