Paul Pogba announced that former Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho went against the players, prompting Manchester United legend Roy Keane to criticize the midfielder.
During Mourinho's tenure at Old Trafford, the French World Cup champion clashed with the Portuguese, and Pogba explained why their partnership was strained last week.
Pogba, on the other hand, should concentrate on winning on the field rather than making news off it, according to Keane.
Speaking to Sky Sports News, the Irishman said: "I think we've all discussed many times over the last few years, Paul Pogba is a talented player, absolutely, there's no getting away from that. But I still feel he hasn't done enough at Man United.
"He obviously fell out with Mourinho, that was a big problem at the club, but even the last few months, we're saying he's had a big influence, I wouldn't agree with that.
"I think he's playing ok and he's a good player, but I still look in some of the big crunch games United have had this year, he hasn't turned up.
"Not just his fault but they lost at Leicester, which was a big cup game for them, Man City at home, he didn't perform that night. So I think Paul needs a bit of a reminder why he's playing for Manchester United."
Pogba has featured in 35 games for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side this season, scoring five goals and assisting on seven occasions.