Bryan Robson, who once captained Manchester United is not writing off Paul Pogba, as he believes the best is yet to come from him.
Pogba returned to Manchester United for a world record fee of £89 million, but his inconsistency has not seen him live up to the price tag.
The France international is currently out of action due to a hamstring injury and has been faced with mixed reviews from critics.
Robson, however, has been encouraged by what he has seen from Pogba.
“People are looking for him to be really outstanding because of the price tag but it’s not as easy as that,” Robson told Omnisport.
“I think Paul’s done really well in certain parts of the season. He’s stepped up to the mark in some big games where United have went on to win them but I think there’s still more to come from Paul.
“I think he’s still got that little bit more quality which we haven’t quite seen yet.”