Paul Scholes he says Paul Pogba "He's a good boy" who sometimes "in his little fantasy world".
Scholes has been a voice critic of Pogby in recent years even before midfielder joined Manchester United in summer 2016.
His view of the French barely changed when Scholes told his former teammate "Use his brain" more.
In fact, former United States manager Jose Mourinho went so far as to suggest it Scholes has a problem with Pogba because he earns more than ever.
Scholes was a scholar at Premier League Productions who offers a look at United 1-1 draw with Chelsea on the weekend. He was asked about Pogb and gave a really well measured, reasonable response. Here's a full transcript:
“There is confusion in the middle of the field. Will Pogba stay or go?
"In recent years, United has lost top players and it has not really touched them. You mean Roy Kean, David Beckham, Cristian, Van Nistelrooy. All top, top players leave the club.
“But you always had a group of players that didn't really matter.
"We all know Paul, we talk about potential, but he's 26 years old, he has to start producing a week of the week.
"You will lose a player you know can be a world class.
"Can you talk about taking better players alongside him? Who will improve it there?
"If he has a manager with him who is strong enough with him, you go back to Allegri in Juventus and the players he was there with have done a job with this team. He worked his absolute ass off, which he should do every week.
"Now you feel that he has come to this club and thinks he is a big fish, he needs to be the one that shows up every week, doing things he doesn't have to do on the football field.
“You see his croissant, he needs to be smarter than he does.
"His strengths are running, passing the ball, getting into the box, scoring goals and helping goals. When he begins to study and try to defeat a man, it is not his game, but he is easily played against him.
“If he passes the ball forward and runs, no one in the world can stay with him.
"It's exactly what he did in Juventus, but he had strong characters around him, had Chiellini, Pirlo, great players. He ran almost for them.
“Now he thinks everyone has to do his job for him and he goes against it.
“We know what he can do and we know what he is capable of. Once complicated, it's not good for your team.
"Allegri was a strong manager for him and you'd expect him to be Mourinho. He left him and had no great influence on him.
"He thinks he's a great player, the one who needs to show people he is the best in the world, and he doesn't.
“He just has to play simply, has teammates around him who should appreciate him and appreciate him.
“He's a good guy who wanted to learn as a young player. I just don't think she has maturity, he doesn't come to him.
“In Juventus, we saw the best field player in the world, no doubt. I think it's because he has a strong manager, top manager and great players behind him. Not only decent players like now had special players who led him and led him. I don't think United has it.
"It could be a player who needs Bryan Robson or Roy Keane next to him to stumble around him any minute. If he doesn't succeed in being a fantasy in his little world, he thinks he's the best.
“He's part of the team, it's not about him. It's not just about doing tricks and being on YouTube and showing how good I am Madrid or Barcelona.
“It's about being part of a Manchester United team. That's why it's so hard to say you lose it.
"Is there anyone in Manchester who can replace him?" At the moment, I don't think it is. "