Paul Pogba is changing his mind about Manchester United - and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is a big reason why.

The embattled Frenchman is happy to stay at the club and no longer agitating for a move abroad, sources told ESPN's Julien Laurens.

After several months out with a nagging ankle injury, Pogba returned to United's lineup in June. While he was sidelined, Solskjaer went to great lengths to defend and praise the player, calling him the "best all-around midfielder in the world" in December.

Pogba's relationship with Solskjaer is strong, according to Laurens, and he now believes the Norwegian is building a competitive team.