Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho says reports midfielder Paul Pogba regrets joining the club and could leave this summer are "lies". Pogba was said to be irritated at not being employed more offensively, but Mourinho said that was not true. He also criticised "the biggest pundit industry" and said he "doesn't have to speak about conversations with players". But he added that Pogba "accepts he has not been playing well". "It's a big lie that our relation is not good, it's a big lie that we don't communicate, a big lie that we don't agree with his positions and his involvement in the dynamic of the team," Mourinho said. "It's my problem and Paul's problem to improve his performance level, you don't need to be a liar."