Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho was impressed after new signing Paul Pogba played the full 90 minutes against Southampton.
The Frenchman produced a very convincing performance as he made his official debut for the Red Devils.
Mourinho was also full of praise for the rest of his squad as they registered their second Premier League win of the season.
"He [Paul Pogba] could play extra-time!," Mourinho said after the game.
"He was phenomenal and surrounded by organisation, by vision for the game. Marouane Fellaini was so good. The way the wingers were closing spaces inside.
"I'm so happy with the organisation of the team.
"Everything that was individual was superb and the things related to the team he [Pogba] tried very hard to do. When I was thinking he was losing consistency and possession, was when I brought Ander Herrera on to close the defensive door.
"If he [Zlatan Ibrahimovic] doesn't score, the contribution will be there because he can't score every week. The way he holds the ball, the way he's a target man and gives stability to the team, I think he was very good again.
"Luke [Shaw] and Antonio [Valencia] were offensive when they had to be and very good defensively. They always had very good support from our wingers to close down the opponents."