But it was the 2017-18 campaign in which he came to worldwide attention, with his 15 Championship strikes instrumental in helping Fulham gain promotion to the Premier League via the play-offs.
The Norwegian coach is now the odds-on favourite to become the next permanent Man Utd manager after enjoying a near-perfect record since coming-in as caretaker boss following the exit of Jose Mourinho back in December.
Pogba's brace saw move into double figures in the Premier League this season as the Red Devils defeated the Cottagers 3-0 on Saturday afternoon.More news: Olivia Colman and 'The Favourite' rule at the BAFTAs
"His attacking play, when he arrives in the box, there is always going to be a chance of scoring a goal, an assist or a goal".
"I think he's showcasing that and the reason we're on this run of form we are is down to Paul, a lot of it".
They will then take on Chelsea in the fifth round of the FA Cup before welcoming arch-rivals Liverpool to Old Trafford for a crunch Premier League clash.More news: Trump to create American AI Initiative with executive order
"I think Ole [Gunnar Solskjaer] is just being himself". He isn't acting and he can give joy to everyone and confidence to everyone. I shot, I just tried with my left foot and the ball went in.
"I changed it because I wanted to put Babel behind the two strikers and put the full-backs around their defensive line".
"Last year, we said that getting into second place was a fantastic thing due to the qualities we had compared to the qualities of the other teams fighting for the top four", he told RedeTV!More news: George Michael's private art collection is going up for auction
Pogba and his United team-mates will be back in action on Tuesday night when they welcome French champions Paris Saint-Germain to Old Trafford for the first leg of their Champions League last-16 tie.