Paul Scholes feels Paul Pogba has been unfairly criticised at Manchester United, praising the midfielder's "brave" performances since his world-record move from Juventus.
The France international has received mixed critiques for his performances soon after rejoining the club inside a move worth an initial ￡89million ahead of your 2016-17 season.
The 24-year-old has had a heavy workload for United this season, currently racking up 41 appearances across all competitions and scoring seven objectives.
And Pogba - at present recovering from a hamstring injury - has impressed Scholes, who does not think he has attempted to hide in the intense spotlight at Old Trafford.
"I consider Pogba has carried out properly," Scholes, who won 11 Premier League title with United, told Omnisport.
"I know he has had a bit bit of criticism, but from what I have seen he's a brave young player.
"He is often willing to take the ball. He will often attempt stuff - he will try passes, he will attempt shots on objective. I assume he has had a superb initial season, settling back into England.
"It is not often straightforward, but I believe he has carried out alright and he can only enhance."
Scholes also discussed United captain Wayne Rooney, insisting the forward has earned the right to make a decision on his future offered every little thing he has contributed to the club.
He continued: "Wayne has been an unbelievable player for Man United. It is up to him I suppose.
"If he desires to stay, excellent. If he doesn't and desires to go and play football, you must respect his selection.
"He has been a sensational footballer for Man United, won excellent factors, scored a ridiculous quantity of ambitions. He has earned the right to choose what he desires to do."