Paul Pogba admits that work continues after Manchester United returned from the threshold to beat Atlanta in the Champions League on Wednesday.
Old Gunnar Solskjr’s side were in danger of losing when they lost by two goals at Old Trafford.
United put pressure on half-time as the pressure on Solskir increased under the fire.
But he responded impressively with Marcus Rashford and Harry McGuire in the second half, before Cristiano Ronaldo led the late winner.
A few days after Leicester’s disappointing 4-2 defeat in the Premier League, midfielder Pogba said an enthusiastic comeback showed his team’s role.
“We showed the big role of this club, the role of this team,” Pogba told MUTV.
“It was a great result even if we didn’t start well but in the end we got the result we wanted and the energy, you can feel the confidence and the positive energy just on the pitch.
“I can say it was a beautiful victory, with certainty, we kept believing.”
In the Premier League, Soulsgir’s team has lost two matches without winning three.
Pogba, the winner of the France World Cup, said that something needed to change after Leicester lost.
Asked if he saw a positive difference on Wednesday, he said: “There is definitely more energy to the game.
“But then when you say change doesn’t mean you’re going to change right away. It’s a work in progress.”
“It’s all about us, it’s a trust with everyone. It’s a belief and you live together, so it’s all coming in terms of the game, but today it’s definitely a big reaction.
“That’s the way we have to continue until the end of the season.”
United face bitter rivals Liverpool at Old Trafford on Sunday, with Tottenham and Manchester City also on the fixture list ahead of the November international break.
“I mean, it’s also the beauty of football because it’s not a game you can say oh, you relax,” Pogba said.
“You have to go again. We knew it would come anyway, big teams, big clubs.
“We are Manchester United, we know it will not be easy but we are here to play.”