Manchester United rode their luck to beat West Ham 2-1 at Old Trafford.
Paul Pogba was the match-winner as he converted two penalties – and he says the result was the most important thing for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side.
But the French World Cup winner admitted after the game it was a lacklustre display – and he’s urged his team to play with more pace.
He issued a clear message to his team-mates to ensure they are more dangerous in attack heading to Barcelona in the Champions League on Tuesday having failed to break down the Hammers in open play.
“Even if, you know, we didn’t have a good performance as a team, the result is there,” Pogba told BT Sport.
“We will think only about this today.
“It was really open, but we didn’t play well.
“The chances we had, the space that we had, we had the players but we maybe played a bit too slow.
“We weren’t dangerous, so we’re going to have to fix that.