Pogba sends warning to his Manchester United teammates after comeback win over West Ham

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Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba has urged his teammates to improve after we came from behind to beat West Ham.

The Frenchman wants the team to dominate games and start on the front foot and also feels there are aspects of team play that needs to be worked on.

Speaking to Manchester United’s official website, Paul Pogba said: “Fortunately, it’s football. We’ve been doing this for a long time and we know we have to improve on this. We don’t want a reaction, we want to do it from the start.

“The result is positive today. We have to improve, we know we can improve, we can do so much better and we showed it in the second half. Let’s keep positive, it’s a positive result. In the second half, we showed who we were.

“Maybe we like to concede a goal, I don’t know what it is. We have to resolve this but it ended up good and that’s the most important thing. We know we can do so much better, we end up winning the games and show so much character.”

The French World Cup was instrumental in our comeback win over the Hammers as he scored the equalizer that drew us level. The club have now won all five of our away games in the Premier League this season, conceding first in each tie.