Luke Shaw has revealed the main thing Paul Pogba has brought back to the club since returning from Juventus for a world record £89 million fee in August, and it's not what you might expect.
Shaw is set to return to United's starting lineup in Thursday's Europa League game against Fenerbahce after a spell on the sidelines.
When asked about Pogba's impact on the squad, Shaw revealed that it's the Frenchman's dance moves that stand out above anything he's done on the pitch.
Luke Shaw on what Paul Pogba has brought to Man United:— Squawka News (@SquawkaNews) October 19, 2016
"Lots of dance moves! He is one of the best midfielders in the world." pic.twitter.com/INrF7USmyQ
Pogba has only scored one goal in nine appearances for United since returning to the club and has yet to record a single assist. There have been glimpses of his talent but they've been few and far between during the first couple of months of the new season.
But Shaw is backing the Frenchman to deliver what's expected of him in time: "He’s staying strong. We can all see the ability that he’s got in training," the defender said in Wednesday's press conference.
"Game by game he’s getting stronger fitness-wise. You saw glimpses of his quality against Liverpool with his touch and cross for Ibra.
“In the changing room he’s a very nice guy and he’s a good leader as well.”
Shaw hasn't started a game under Jose Mourinho since the 3-1 loss at Watford last month but did make his return to action as a late substiture in Monday's 0-0 draw at Liverpool.