The 25-year-old played just 15 minutes of Premier League football in Jose Mourinho's last three games in charge, but has thrived under the tutelage of interim boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
After going without a goal in the top-flight for two months, the French World Cup winner netted back-to-back doubles in the wins against Huddersfield and Bournemouth.
While he also chipped in with three assists as United won four Prem games in a row to get them back in the hunt for a top four finish.
Pogba had a strained relationship with the Special One, with the ex-Juventus ace reportedly giving his team-mates high-fives after he got the sack.
And the four-time Serie A winner is now doing the talking on the pitch as he looks to be getting close to the player United signed for £89million.
Speaking to the club's website during their warm-weather training trip to Dubai, Pogba said: "Obviously it’s good.
“The month before that [November] I wasn’t playing a lot so just being back on the pitch, playing and enjoying with the guys is good.
“It’s always good for me and I enjoy playing football and being with the guys.”
Pogba is vying to start against Tottenham at Wembley on Sunday having missed the 2-0 win against Reading in the FA Cup third round due to a minor injury he picked up at Newcastle.
Looking to keep their winning run intact, he added: "We’re Manchester United so that [winning] should be a basic thing for us.
"Obviously we know that the Premier League is hard and we have a lot of games [to play] but those five games give us more confidence.
“Mentally we’re strong and ready. For the rest of the season, we just want to do the same and carry on like that."
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