And the £500,000-a-week star has aimed a thinly-veiled dig at former boss Jose Mourinho, who failed to get the best out of his team-mate.
Pogba and Mourinho clashed on numerous occasions during their time together at Old Trafford.
Especially this season, the pair’s relationship suffered as the World Cup winner was stripped of the vice-captaincy.
And Pogba’s brother has even revealed since the manager’s December dismissal that a transfer away was considered while the Portuguese was in charge.
Since Solskjaer’s arrival as interim manager, though, United fans are finally seeing the best of Pogba.
The club have long sought consistent performances from the midfielder or the same standard he delivered at Juventus and gives for France.
At Fulham yesterday, the man-of-the-match put in another solid showing, scoring twice in a 3-0 triumph.
Sanchez, signed by Mourinho just over a year ago, has seen first hand Pogba’s situation change so dramatically.
“Now I see him far more involved and playing well.”
The former United manager simply put little trust in the 25-year-old superstar, whereas Solskjaer is building a team around him.
Subsequently, Sanchez has pointed out the difference in the mood of the camp under the popular Norwegian.
“Paul Pogba is still young, but he is a great player who has to be trusted in the team,” Sanchez told the Sunday Mirror.
“Now I see him far more involved and playing well.
“There’s a great atmosphere at the club.
“People keep saying the way things have changed is like a miracle.
“But I do not believe in miracles. I only believe in work and more work – and that’s what we’ve done.”
Sanchez, who was injured throughout December, is fighting his way back into United’s starting XI.
Although, that is a difficult feat at present given how well Pogba and Co. are playing under Solskjaer.
The victory at Fulham made it 10 wins out of 11 games in all competitions for Manchester United since Mourinho’s sacking.
Sanchez will be desperate to play a part in the Red Devils next game, though, when they host PSG at Old Trafford in their Champions League round of 16 first leg on Tuesday (8pm).