Manchester United midfielder, Paul Pogba has revealed plans to captain the French national team during the 2018 World Cup in Russia.
The 25-year-old, who won FIFA best young player award four years ago in Brazil, said he hopes to be a leader on the pitch for the Les Blues when the tournament kicks off in June.
The midfielder made his debut for France in 2013 in a World Cup qualifier against Georgia.
When asked if he would emerge as a leader at the World Cup, Pogba told Canal +: “I hope now, at the World Cup.
“I’m going to take the reins of the France team, try to be the boss on and off the pitch.
“I hear it a lot. I hope to give my answer on the pitch and show everyone.
“I was the best young player [in 2014]. I hope I’ll be the best player overall at the World Cup.