Paul Pogba wants Manchester United to be “bad losers”, with the French midfielder looking for the battling qualities which have been so apparent away from home this season to be replicated on home soil..”
The Red Devils are heading into a “decisive” week that will see them take in vital fixtures at home and abroad.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side will be heading back out on the road when they pay a visit to RB Leipzig in the Champions League on Tuesday.
A positive result is required in that contest if United are to extend their campaign amid the European elite into the round of 16..”
Once that game is out of the way, attention will then switch to an eagerly-anticipated derby date with arch-rivals Manchester City.
Victory in that contest could fire United into title contention, with Solskjaer’s side sat fifth in the Premier League table at present with a game in hand on those above them.
Pogba, who helped the Red Devils to a fifth successive away win of the season on Saturday as they staged another stirring fightback to beat West Ham 3-1 at the London Stadium, is looking for nothing less than perfection to be accepted by those at Old Trafford.
The World Cup winner told MUTV on a winning mentality that needs to spread throughout an ambitious squad:
“It has to be inside. I mean, always. We cannot afford to lose and be happy with a loss or a draw.
“We have to be bad losers – that’s what we have to be – and always want to win. Even 1-0 or 6-5, we have to win. That’s what we want..”