Paul Pogba has responded to criticism over his constantly changing hairstyles from pundits, including Gary Neville.
Pogba has been the subject of intense scrutiny this season, having been dropped for Scott McTominay.
His relationship with Jose Mourinho has also seemingly deteriorated, while his form has fluctuated.
But the one constant has been the criticism over his hairstyles, with Garth Crooks regularly lambasting the midfielder for it.
One particular instance saw Gary Neville brand his decision to have a blue streak in his hair as “ridiculous” ahead of the Manchester derby in April, in which Pogba scored twice.
Neville has mentioned Pogba’s hair numerous times before, but the player is unperturbed.
“I don’t really listen,” he told Bleacher Report, who added that he ‘acts at first like he doesn’t even recognise the name’.
“Football is not about the appearance of the player. It’s all about the pitch. I respect everyone’s opinion.
“If he doesn’t like my hair, he doesn’t have to look at it. That’s it!”