Paul Pogba has insisted that Manchester United should "attack, attack, attack" when playing at home at Old Trafford, despite performances under manager Jose Mourinho often showing what is seemingly the opposite.
Pogba has scored two Premier League goals this season, both from the penalty spot, although he was denied from 12 yards by Joe Hart against Burnley.
"You would normally expect these tactics from a promoted team visiting Old Trafford but Wolves were the complete opposite".
Having already lost to Brighton and Tottenham prior to the last global break, they are now eight points off league leaders Liverpool after six games.
Pogba said: "At home we should attack, attack, attack".
'We are at Old Trafford and we should just attack and press like we did against Tottenham, Liverpool, Chelsea and Arsenal last season.
The result came as another blow to Manchester United's Premier League title hopes, and it left them sixth in the table and eight points behind early leaders Liverpool FC.
The 25-year-old midfielder was heavily linked with an exit from the club in the summer, with Barcelona reportedly targeting United's club-record signing. "I wish I could", he said.
Mourinho, meanwhile, questioned the desire of his players after the defeat and Pogba believes United's Champions League tie in midweek may have had an impact, a theory Pogba agreed with.
"I think we didn't really start the game well but we were winning 1-0 so it was positive for us", he said.
"It's true that maybe we should have showed more hunger in some parts".
"I'm not the manager, I can not say that, but obviously we should show more option of playing, but I can not say that because I'm a player".
United return to action on Tuesday night when they host Derby County in the Carabao Cup. "That's not the case, and we all know that".