Paul Pogba would be an "absolute doddle" to play against because of his attitude.
That's the opinion of Liverpool legend Graeme Souness, who has launched a fresh rant against Manchester United's World Cup-winning midfielder Pogba.
Souness doesn't pull any punches when providing analysis as a pundit on Sky Sports, and in recent years has made Pogba the subject of more than a few rants.
The Scot was given the opportunity to comment on his supposed dislike for the United star by readers of the Sunday Times, with one asking: "Much has been made of your apparent disdain for Paul Pogba. Is this a misconception?
"Should you have been his team-mate, what words of advice do you feel that you would have offered him?"
Souness responded: "Pogba has absolutely everything to be a top player - great athleticism, super technique - but his attitude to the game is the polar opposite of mine.
"He goes out with one thought in his mind: 'I'm going to show everyone how clever I am today and be the star of the show.'
"My attitude, the way I was taught, was: 'Go out and work harder than the guy you're in against and see where that takes you.' He'd be an absolute doddle to play against."
Pogba has missed the vast majority of this season with an ankle injury, which has ruled him out since Boxing Day.
The Frenchman had successful surgery and had been training on his own before planning to rejoin his United team-mates at Carrington.
But in the same week of his return the training ground was closed due to the coronavirus outbreak, which has brought all professional football in the UK to a standstill.