That’s according to his team-mate Anthony Martial ahead of the resumption of United’s Champions League campaign.
The Red Devils welcome the Ligue 1 champions to Old Trafford for the first leg of the tie tonight.
Pogba has thrown off the shackles since Ole Gunnar Solskjaer took over from former boss Jose Mourinho.
The World Cup-winner has scored eight times in the 10 games played under the Norwegian interim boss.
And Martial is backing his compatriot to go from strength-to-strength as United aim to continue their unbeaten run.
“Paul has a huge amount of quality,” said Martial.
“He is one of the best midfielders in the world and that is what he is showing.
“And I think he will do even better in the next few matches.”
United have been boosted by news that Edison Cavani has joined Neymar on PSG’s injured list going into tonight’s crunch clash.
Cavani hurt himself in the process of scoring a penalty against Bordeaux, with the club confirming on Sunday he had injured a tendon in his hip.
Julian Draxler feels that he and his team-mates can stop Pogba even if he is on top of his game, however.
“I’ve known Pogba for a while,” Draxler said.
“We’ve come up against each other a few times and sometimes managed to stop him. He can do everything, but can stop him too.”
Martial also credited interim manager Solskjaer with bringing freedom to United’s game after feeling restricted by Mourinho’s style.
“We have got a coach who has different intentions and we are trying to do what he asks,” he said.
“Perhaps it is easier to play this style of football and not the style of football the last manager asked.
“When our new coach came in he had a lot of confidence, a lot of determination, that was really helpful.”