​It is no secret that former ​Manchester United manager, Jose Mourinho had his share of problems with star player Paul Pogba during his time at Old Trafford with the duo reportedly having a falling out midway through the season.

The Portugese however remained coy when asked if the Frenchman is the biggest issue at Old Trafford, instead going to claim that there are bigger problems at the club and one they should deal with if they are to bounce back from their disappointing season.

"The problems are there, you can say that these are the players, the organisation, the ambition, I only say that I can not say yes when you ask if Paul was the only one responsible. I know Manchester United, I know it's a club with an incredible story. With ambitions that are in tune with his past but not with today's potential," Mourinho said as quoted by the ​Mirror.

"I said, nine, ten months ago, that after winning eight Championships, finishing second with Manchester United was perhaps my greatest achievement. Now, people understand," he added.

The Red Devils finished in a disappointing sixth place in a season where the club management sacked Mourinho to bring in former player, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer. Despite a bright start to life in management at Old Trafford, the Norwegian's tactics were exposed as United ended the season winless in their last six games.