Pogba has admitted he has learned to pay little attention to those criticising him.
“When I play football, people are going to speak...people are going to share their opinions. People are going to say what they think, they are allowed to, free speech," he told Sky Sports.
"It doesn't change my way of working. It doesn't change my way of being myself. I will always be myself.
“I won't change, this is me. I cannot change. You like me, or not.
“This is me, this is Paul. That's how I grew up, that's how I am and I won't change for anything."
He added: “People will like me, people will dislike me. But I will always think about those people that like me, the people I make smile, that I make happy, make them improve, make them learn something.
“I would rather think about those people, than those that don't like me, my haircut and stuff like that – they say: 'I don't play well', 'I'm not good' and 'I'm overrated'.
“That doesn't matter, it's your opinion. Keep it, because it makes me want to work even more and make the person change their mind.
“It's good for me. It makes me work even harder. So thank you. Thanks to them always."