They put us under pressure in the first 10 minutes but after we scored I thought we were excellent.
Martial's scintillating run and finish was the pick of the goals on a blustery afternoon at Craven Cottage, where Pogba followed his impressive opener with a second-half penalty that sealed a comfortable 3-0 win that increases the pressure on struggling Fulham.
Manchester United's form under interim manager Ole-Gunnar Solskjaer has been nothing short of incredible, with the Red Devils securing ten wins out of 11 games in all competitions under the Norwegian.
"We talked about this there's still a long way to go but we want to stay there (top four)."
Asked if this was ideal preparation for facing PSG, Solskjaer said: "Yes, I would have to say so because it's a tough place to come". The result is positive, and it was a good performance as a team. "We could have had four or five goals, it was different to what we did against Leicester so another step in the right direction".
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Defeat for Fulham leaves them 19th in the table, with supporters jeering manager Claudio Ranieri's substitutions and with louder boos heard at full-time. "It's the players who play, it's the staff, how we do things at Carrington, at the training ground, the mood, it's never about one person when the team is winning games".
Pogba endured a hard relationship with former United boss Mourinho and found himself on the bench during the latter stages of the Portuguese's spell at the club.
Solskjaer said that while there was a chance his tinkering could have backfired, his footballing philosophy was "if you don't risk, you don't win". "He came to the dressing room". We want to be in the top four. Of course, they're all happy after winning the game. He needs to start doing that for United in their biggest games, starting with that Uefa Champions League tie on Tuesday against PSG at Old Trafford.
"We are in a risky situation [in the league] and I told my players that it's important to show to our fans we are alive and try to do our best until the end".
"You know he's going to be able to contribute and he will contribute, don't worry about that".