Man United currently sit sixth in the Premier League table following their 1-1 draw against Stoke City and trail leaders Chelsea by 11 points, although they are only five points behind second-place Tottenham Hotspur.
Jose Mourinho endured a mixed start to life at Old Trafford and the Portuguese boss claimed the side have now drawn too many games to be considered genuine title challengers this season.
Speaking about the situation, Pogba has revealed his high hopes for silverware at Man United.
“For some reason in the last three seasons we don’t win the title. We are improving in many aspects,” he said.
“The next match we want to win and we want every match with that mentality. Obviously you do not win every time and we drew too many matches in the Premier League.
“To win the Premier League, as many trophies as possible and that things go well with the French national team.
“Next year, the World Cup!”
Pogba has impressed in recent weeks for United after initially struggling to settle in following his world-record £89m move from Juventus.
He was criticised for his performance against Liverpool, but it’s only normal for a player to have a bad game every now and then.
Hopes are the Frenchman can keep up his best form as he’s been a vital reason behind United’s recent unbeaten run.