Paul Pogba has hailed the impact of his team-mate, Bruno Fernandes, since the Portuguese star joined Manchester United in January 2020.
He has established himself as the club’s star man over the last one year with consistently strong displays and no shortage of contributions at the top end of the pitch.
Bruno has scored 28 goals and provided 18 assists for United, with his unbelievable form earning him the PL’s Player of the Month award on a record four occasions the previous year.
The 26-year-old star has taken a large portion of the side’s creative burden from Pogba, who was previously regarded as the Red Devils’ main creator but often saw his influence restricted due to deep-lying position.
The Frenchman has stated that he enjoys playing alongside the former Sporting man, with their partnership proving fruitful on a host of occasions.
“Since Bruno arrived he brings his energy, passing shooting, scoring goals, creativity,” Paul told BT Sport.
“Even though I’m deeper, he’s there in front to create as well and it’s always good to have two players who can create anytime, and one is more defensive and the other is offensive.”
Paul has arguably been more influential for the 20-time English champions than Fernandes in recent weeks, with the World Cup winner netting decisive goals against Burnley and Fulham.
It appears as though he could be set to remain in Manchester for at least another campaign despite recent rumours of a possible return to former employers Juventus.