Paul Pogba has insisted that he has no regret over his decision to return to Manchester United.

Pogba had left the Premier League giants in 2012 for Juventus move, but he returned to the Old Trafford in the summer of 2016.

The France international has since been the subject of intense speculation about his future and happiness after falling out with United manager Jose Mourinho.

The World Cup winner has been strongly linked with Barcelona move and Juventus return.

However, the 25-year-old has now soothed all talks of his United exit insisting that he doesn’t regret and remains happy at Old Trafford.

“Do I look sad? Obviously, yes, I’m happy,” Pogba said with a smile. “Like I said again, I am really happy to come back (to United).”

“I was really happy to come back to Manchester United, wearing this shirt, playing for this team because it is a big club. Obviously, when you are playing in a big club like that there is always talk about this club and we know anything can go on.”

“But on the pitch, always happy, always with a smile, fighting for my team-mates, fighting for my team, fighting for my club, fighting for the fans.”

“That’s all I do and, yes, I am really happy to do that.”

United face Juventus tonight in the Champions League Group H on Pogba’s old stomping ground in their return match.

“I made my choice and I don’t regret it at all,” he added. “I know Manchester in the last few years have not been at the top, but I came back just to help the team try to come back at the top, so we are on the way.”

“A lot of players came and we have a lot of goals, so for me, it’s not strange. It’s a choice and I don’t regret it all.”

“I’m very happy to come back to Manchester United, to play, to wear the shirt and everything and I’m sure we will come back to the best.”

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