The France international's relationship with the manager has been the subject of much speculation this season, leading to rumours of a potential exit from Old Trafford for the 25-year-old, but he moved to set the record straight.
"I do not have any problem with Mourinho, I do not think he has either," Pogba told Canal Football (h/t MailOnline's Tom Farmery). "He's the coach, he's going to make choices and I as a player, I accept them. That is all."
Chris Wheeler and Simon Jones of the Daily Mail recently reported Mourinho was willing to sell Pogba because of the pair's fractious relationship, with the midfielder to be given a price tag of £140 million.
Meanwhile, according to Tuttosport (h/t Sport Witness), Pogba's former club Juventus have made contact with his agent Mino Raiola regarding a return to Turin and said the "possibility exists" that it could happen.
However, on his future, Pogba added in the Canal Football interview: "For now I'm at Manchester United, I really only think about the present. Transfers are not in my head. You know, if I listened to everyone, I would be everywhere."
He has been the subject of much scrutiny since he returned to the club for £89 million in 2016, particularly in recent months because of some inconsistent form.
Another impressive assist followed in the Red Devils' 2-1 win over Tottenham Hotspur on Saturday in the FA Cup semi-final, per BT Sport Football:
That assist took his tally to 12 in all competitions for the season, and he has also found the net on five occasions, including the two goals against City.
Football writer Liam Canning praised his showing against Spurs and called for him to put on such displays more frequently:
That has been Pogba's biggest problem since his return to Old Trafford: While his talent has never been in doubt, he needs to be able to perform at a high level consistently if he's to reach his full potential.
His performances can also elevate the team, so finding that consistency can have a significant impact on United's ability to meet their ambitions.
A positive relationship with the manager can help in that regard, too, so it should come as a relief to United supporters that Pogba has played down talk of a rift between the pair.