Manchester United midfielder, Paul Pogba, has insisted that he is happy at the club following his side's Premier League 4-0 victory over Chelsea on Sunday.
Marcus Rashford netted twice, while Anthony Martial and James also got on the scoresheet, as the Red Devils kicked off the new campaign with a big win at Old Trafford.
We reported that Pogba publicly expressed his desire to leave Old Trafford for a second time in his career during the summer transfer window after he told reporters in Japan that he wanted "a new challenge".
The 26-year-old drew interest from Real Madrid and his former club Juventus, which he joined from Man United in 2012.
However, the France World Cup winner has now insisted that he is enjoying his football again at the club.
Speaking after Man United's win over Chelsea, Pogba reassured Man United fans that he was happy and will give his best every time he is on the pitch.
He told RMC Sport: "I'm always good when I play football. "I do what I love, it's my job.
"I will give my best every time I'm on the pitch. Now, we know that there were words. The future will tell.
"One always remains on this point of questioning. I am in Manchester. I'm having fun with my teammates, I always want to win the matches.
"I will always give myself thoroughly when I am on the ground."
Man United will tackle Wolves in their next Premier League fixture on August 19.