Manchester United legend Bryan Robson has told midfielder Paul Pogba to cut out his ‘banter’ and focus on his performances.
The France international has come under fire this season after a number of disappointing performances, and has been on the bench in recent weeks.
The £89million man also reportedly faces an uncertain future, with suggestions that Jose Mourinho could offload him in the summer.
Now Robson has chimed in, telling Off the Ball’s Football Show: “He’s on there [social media] a lot and he’s laughing and joking.
“He likes to be in that limelight, coming across that he’s a laid back character and he’s jovial and he wants a bit of banter with the fans.
“For me though, it’s a little bit too much. You need to win.
“It’s not a game, so that’s where somebody like myself, Roy Keane and Graeme Souness, those sorts of people, a Gary Neville when he’s commentating, we understood that.
“This isn’t a game, this is our living and we need to win and I think Paul’s got to get that a bit more into his character. This is a job.”