Paul Pogba claims to have no regrets at having left Serie A champions Juventus to return to Manchester United in the summer of 2016.
The France international became the most expensive player in world football when linking up with the Red Devils for a second time in an £89 million ($116m) deal.
Having established himself as a global superstar during a productive four-year spell in Turin, big things were expected of the flamboyant midfielder back in England.
Pogba has failed to win over his critics during struggles for consistency, sparking fresh rounds of speculation regarding his future, but he maintains that he is “very happy” in his current surroundings.
He told reporters ahead of another reunion with Juve in the Champions League on Wednesday: “Choosing to come back to United, first of all, was my choice.
“Juve were playing Champions League and Manchester were playing Europa. I don’t regret my choice.
“I know Manchester in the last few years haven’t been at the top, but I came back to help the team and get them back to the top.
“We have a lot goals. For me, it’s not changed, I don’t regret it at all. I’m very happy to come back to United and I’m sure we will come back to the best.”
Pogba was able to point to three trophies during his first season back in Manchester when questioned about his on-field form and off-field activity.
United were, however, left empty-handed in 2017-18 and have stumbled out of the blocks this term to sit off the Premier League title pace and with vital points having slipped through their grasp in Europe.
A reversal in fortune is being predicted by Pogba and the World Cup winner claims to be happy with what he has achieved on a personal level since re-signing for the Red Devils.
“I think it’s gone well,” he added. “The first season we won three trophies. Second year we arrived second and went to the final of the FA Cup.
“Personally I think it’s been good for me, good for the team, obviously we always expect more and better from ourselves but I think we are on the way. We always can do better, I am happy with my performances and what we achieved in two years.”
Quizzed on whether he can help United to get their hands on more major silverware this term, with success demanded rather than longed for at Old Trafford, Pogba said: “Obviously we want to win trophies, that’s for sure.
“The first year we won three trophies. This season is not finished yet, so we will see at the end.”