​Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba hailed Jose Mourinho for trusting in his capabilities and keeping him incharge of spot-kick duties despite his miss against Burnley recently.


The Frenchman scored two goals against Young Boys in the ​United's 3-0 win in the UEFA Champions League on Wednesday, taking his tally to four goals in the first six games of the season.


After his starring display for the ​Red Devils in Switzerland, the World Cup winner wants to contribute more to his team's cause.


As quoted by ​Mirror, speaking after the game, Pogba said, "I am happy that the goals I scored were decisive in the win. If I can do it I will try to help the team as much as possible. If I can score a goal or make an assist that will be great."




Pogba then went on to describe Mourinho's and his teammates' trust in him to carry on taking penalties for United despite having his spot-kick saved by Joe Hart in the game against Burnley.


He added, "I didn’t have any doubts about taking the penalty. I know I missed that one against Burnley. Joe Hart got me that time but I won’t make the same mistake. I had the confidence of the players, they let me take it and I should thank them for this, as well as the manager - he let me take it as well.”


​The Frenchman will hope to have the same impact when Manchester United return to the Premier League action this weekend against Wolverhampton Wanderers.