Paul Pogba has had a frustrating season.
The Frenchman wound up a lot of Manchester United fans when he stated he wanted to leave last summer.
But, despite his desire to leave, United had no intention of letting him go.
Pogba therefore stayed at United but he has suffered an injury-hit campaign.
The 27-year-old started in United's first game of the season, recording two assists against Chelsea in a 4-0 win.
However, since then he has made just four starts and he hasn't played since United's 4-1 win over Newcastle in December.
Due to his injury problems this campaign and his inconsistency in the past few years, some fans of the club want to see him gone in the summer.
But, when he is fully fit and on form, there's few better midfielders in the world.
The Frenchman is technically one of the best players in the Premier League. He can do it all with the ball at his feet.
His best trait is, undoubtedly, his passing.
Pogba has produced some stunning passes for Man United since returning to the club in 2016.
And one fan has put his best passes into a one-minute video, which has since gone viral.
It's a stunning watch and you can view it below:
Some of those passes are exquisite. Having service from Pogba must be a dream for the likes of Anthony Martial and Marcus Rashford.
When he's on song, he's virtually unplayable.
Man United fans have been reacting to the video and you can see some of the best posts below:
Even a Liverpool fan had glowing praise for him.
United are currently fifth in the Premier League and three points outside of a Champions League berth.
If Pogba hadn't had such bad luck with injuries, United would undoubtedly be inside the top four.
Fortunately for United, he should be back and ready to play if the Premier League season is finished.
Having a fully-fit Pogba could well prove decisive as United go in search of a return to the Champions League.
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