MANCHESTER UNITED star Paul Pogba has hit out at Jose Mourinho once more, accusing him of deploying negative tactics.
United surrendered a one-goal lead at home to Wolves on Saturday, and the promoted side looked the likelier to snatch a winner late on.
Pogba assisted Fred for the opener with a wonderfully-deft pass which the Brazilian slammed home.
Mourinho's men consistently left gaps in the defence, however, and it wasn't long into the second half that Nuno Espirito Santo's men's endeavour was rewarded.
Joao Moutinho capitalised on United's shoddy defending with a superb, curled effort into the top corner, and Wolves created the better chances before the final whistle.
Wolves also registered more shots on target than United, who welcomed back Sir Alex Ferguson to the stands for the first time following his brain haemorrhage.
It was Ferguson who allowed Pogba to leave Old Trafford in 2012 over worries about his attitude.
The Frenchman enjoyed four successful seasons at Juventus before returning to the Red Devils for £89million.
Those qualms regarding his disposition have resurfaced this season, however.
Paul Pogba walked off in a hump after Manchester United's draw with Wolves (Image: Getty)
Pogba has been consistently coy over his United future ever since France’s World Cup triumph in July.
Amid conjecture in August that the midfielder received overtures from Barcelona, Pogba answered a question regarding his happiness at United saying: “There are things I cannot say otherwise I will get fined.”
Mourinho responded to the summer speculation by naming the midfielder his new captain for the Red Devils’ first two league games.
The Portuguese boss insisted he had “never been so happy” with Pogba as he was at the start of the season.
It all started so well for Man Utd - Paul Pogba celebrates with Fred after assisting the Brazilian (Image: Getty)
But soon after, while on international break, Pogba said: “I’m playing at United at the moment, but who knows what will happen in the next few months.
After Saturday’s draw with Wolves, Mourinho criticised his players of lacking urgency, but Pogba has retaliated.
“We’re at home and we should play much better against Wolves. When we’re at home we should attack, attack, attack. That’s Old Trafford,” he said.
“I think teams are scared when they see Manchester United attacking and attacking – that was our mistake.”
When asked what was stopping United from adopting an all-out attacking style in keeping with the club’s history and tradition, Pogba pointed the finger of blame at Mourinho.
He said: “I can’t tell you, because I’m a player. It’s not me.
"I’m not the manager, I cannot, like, say that, but obviously we should show more options of playing.
“But I cannot say that because I’m a player. That’s my way of thinking – we should move better, we should move more, yeah.”
Jose Mourinho has endured a fractious relationship with Paul Pogba this term (Image: Getty)
Jose Mourinho had said that he wished his players went out every game playing like it was the "World Cup final".
“That is the attitude I like my teams to have in every match," he continued.
"We didn’t have that. This is something you learn when you are a kid in the academy.
"You don’t need experiences at the highest level to learn that. It is a basic law of football."