Juventus and France’s Paul Pogba says he is driven by a hunger to one day become a complete player.
The young midfielder has had a highly successful career thus far, starring in successive Scudetto wins for the Old Lady and in his country’s run to the World Cup quarter-finals.
However, speaking to L’Equipe during an interview, the former Manchester United player admitted there is still a lot of room for improvement in his game.
“I still have everything to improve,” Pogba stated. “My target is to become the complete player who can do everything. Getting assists, scoring but also defending.
“What am I missing? I’m still lacking experience and a lot of work. But I have the desire to give it my all to be one of the best in the world.
“I like 4-3-3 or 4-5-1, they are formations that give you a certain freedom. But it’s true that the 3-5-2 has also made me grow a lot.”
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