Zlatan of course stayed with Manchester United and penned a new deal with the club, and will be key to them once he is back fit, with the likes of Marcus Rashford and Romelu Lukaku now on fire for the club - but once the games start coming thick and fast and injuries and fatigue start piling up, another world class player is never something to turn down. "We are playing only with two midfield players, with Matic and Pogba, which are playing really well and without reason to change".
United are back in the top flight of European football after winning the Europa League last season. After leaving the field in the first 20 minutes, the FC crew assess the implications for Man United without Paul Pogba.
"I played my own game and did what I was told to do on the pitch".
Asked if he was aware of Mourinho's comments on his adaptation to Premier League life, the defender said: "I have noticed what's been written, but it's not something that I have focused on".
"In my experience, muscular injuries stop you from playing for a few weeks, I think".
"The only match that that we chose to play with three [midfielders against Stoke] he played".
Jose Mourinho's side host Everton on Sunday - with Wayne Rooney set to return to Old Trafford for the first time since he left this summer.
"Today we went back to two again and I had on the bench (Michael) Carrick and Fellaini, which were also important players in the last season". Now I'm going to leave the match for a while and then watch the replay to see if there's anything that I could have done better.
Midfielder Marouane Fellaini has been struggling lately with a calf problem, and Mourinho appeared to express irritation with Belgium manager Roberto Martinez for fielding him in the recent World Cup qualifying win over Greece despite the injury.
"I think they can get even stronger in the Champions League".