Paul Pogba has spoken for the first time about his struggles with Manchester United amid reports he could quit this summer.
The Frenchman, 25, was dropped for both legs of the Champions League exit against Sevilla, as well as a Premier League clash with Huddersfield.
But Pogba is adamant he respects Mourinho’s decisions and has no plans to quit Old Trafford.
He told Telefoot: “There is no problem with Jose Mourinho.
“The dialogue is not broken, it’s my coach, I respect all his choices.
“I play less, it’s a situation I did not know. It’s too early for me to leave.”
Pogba also took the chance to look ahead to the World Cup after starring in the recent international break.
He said: “We have the potential to win the World Cup, we have a great team.
“We have to work, but it’s going to be very hard.
“Just because we are the French national team, that doesn’t mean we will win all our matches 5-0.”
United face Manchester City on Saturday hoping to delay their bitter rivals’ coronation for at least one week.