Manchester United legend Teddy Sheringham believes Paul Pogba has far overshadowed his bright moments with ledowns at the club.
According to Sheringham, Pogba has simply delivered too many ups and downs to have any potential to be listed among the club’s all-time greats.
"It’s just an up and down situation which you don’t normally get from top players, and he’s obviously a top player," Sheringham told Goal.
"He’s a quality, talented player, but there is just too many highs and lows for me, and when you are playing for Manchester United, you can't afford that. If he’s a top player, you don’t get left out of the team.
"You might be for a couple of games, just to kick you up the bum and make sure you’re back on track, but for him to be in and out the team, [it raises] question marks all the time, it can’t be right.
"Now, you have to head to Manchester United and say: 'I want to be a Manchester United great for as long as I’m here and I’m going to prove that to all those doubters'. It doesn’t seem that he’s got that in his mentality, he’s just saying: 'I don’t care what you think!',” the Englishman concluded.
Meanwhile, Pogba remains out injured with a thigh complication for several more weeks. Up next for United is Real Sociedad in the Europa League this Thursday in Turin, Italy.