Tottenham boss Pochettino: Pogba threat just like Hazard

Tottenham boss Pochettino: Pogba threat just like Hazard

Perhaps the biggest beneficiary of United's change in management has been Paul Pogba, though, with the Frenchman beginning to show the type of form we knew he was capable of.

"We can talk about Harry Kane and his class. Marcus has the potential to get up there also", said the Norwegian.

"He is very exciting to work with and can become a top, top striker".

Manchester United's defence may have been leaky this season, but it could have been even worse without David de Gea, whose reputation as one of the world's best remains intact as he beats World Cup-winning captain Hugo Lloris into the team.

"We're not going to get as many chances to attack against (Spurs) as we've had before, so we've got to be ready for when we get hold of the ball and play well with it to make sure we use the whole pitch because Wembley is a decent-sized pitch as well". He's a great link player and he's been brought up here.

"But of course this is against a top top side and if we want to get close to them and go past them we will need a good performance and a good result".

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Sources have told ESPN FC that Pochettino is the leading candidate to take the United job full-time in the summer, and caretaker manager Solskjaer said on Thursday: "That speculation is there for a reason - because he has done well".

Alex Ferguson's return to Manchester United's training ground has been massive for his old club, according to the man tipped to take over at Old Trafford next season.

The Reds have won all five of their games under the Norwegian's charge so far, although this weekends game against Spurs is quite comfortably the most hard that they will have faced. From the outside, he looks like that anyway.

"Always the motivation is to win because we're so competitive". "You don't plan five or six months ahead and then suddenly, after two weeks, change that".

"I negotiate harder when I'm talking about my staff".

"I shouted the goal for Manchester United because it was unbelievable, we were neutral and watching a fantastic game". I think the boys enjoyed it, we put a few principles down and I know they worked hard and I think they enjoy working hard as well.

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