Pogba scored the winner as United came from behind to beat Fulham 2-1 at Craven Cottage on Wednesday night with a superb goal.
The midfielder cut in from the right and fired a shot towards goal with his weaker left foot, giving Alphonse Areola no chance.
He also had a key chance to win the game against Liverpool last Sunday after charging into space in the area, and only a world-class save from Alisson Becker could deny him.
According to The Sun, his impressive form is down to his sessions with new United coach Fletcher.
The former midfielder took up a role within Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s coaching staff earlier this month, and has apparently been working with Pogba and United’s other midfielders.
Having been a constant performer during his playing days for United under Sir Alex Ferguson, Fletcher knows a thing or two about playing in the middle of the park.
Since it was announced he had joined the coaching staff, United have played five times and conceded just three times and kept as many clean sheets.
Pogba has shone during that time, too, and is leading the way at the club with regards to recoveries, passes and tackles, with only Fred matching him with the latter.
The Frenchman has often been criticised for failing to live up to the hype since his world-record move to the club from Juventus in 2016.
But now, it seems he could finally be coming good, and former United forward Dimitar Berbatov believes he’s showing his game-winning quality at last.
He told Betfair, via the Metro : “Back in December, his agent said he was unhappy and there was talk of him leaving, look at him now! I see someone enjoying his football, scoring goals and intercepting the ball. He looks happy playing for the team.
“Maybe in December there were other factors, maybe it was an injury or other factors. However, for now, if he continues like this with the game he is showing, the quality is there to be a game-changer.
“He is playing for one of the biggest teams in the world and is one of the game’s biggest stars. He must be happy because his body language looks like he is happy, fit and healthy. That is great for him and the team. He looks happy most of the time. Sometimes critics can affect you and your performance, but at the moment, he should be happy with himself. His qualities are game-changing when the team needs them.”