Paul Pogba was thrilled to get on the Juventus scoresheet in last night's 2-0 win over Napoli.

It was the former Manchester United midfielder's first goal in competitive action for Juve.

"I can't remember a huge amount from when I scored, to be honest," he told Sky Sport Italia.

"I looked straight to my family in the stands to dedicate the goal to them. I always try to do my best. I have played both in central midfield and on the right, but what really counts is being able to play.

"Do I expect to receive a message of congratulations from Sir Alex Ferguson? I really doubt it!" said the former Manchester United starlet who joined Juve on a free transfer.

"I am proud to play here and to do well with this jersey. When I was out of contract I also had interest from Milan and a few English clubs, but I chose the Bianconeri because so many French players had been here.

"Vieira was one of them and he advised me to make this decision. I was really attracted to the project that was proposed to me."