Former Manchester United defender Mikael Silvestre believes Paul Pogba's biggest problem is consistency.
The Frenchman is enjoying a fine Euro 2020 with Les Bleus.
But questions persist about why he can't produce similar performances on a consistent basis for United, and Silvestre is echoing those calls.
"The problem with Paul Pogba is the consistency – or lack of," Silvestre told Ladbrokes.
"When he's at the top of this game, his level is something else, but he finds it difficult to repeat that game after game.
"I look at it this way; he's a world-class player, he's got world-class attributes for sure. The question is, can he repeat it every three days? I'm not sure he can.
"He hasn't done it for Man United, I'm not sure he can do it for France either."
Silvestre added: "I'm always happy to see him on the pitch for club or country, because he's been unlucky with injuries. The frustrating part is that we haven't seen him reach his levels week-in, week-out.
"I don't know whether it's a psychological thing or a physical thing. I'm a Man United supporter and a France supporter, so I'm always hoping that whoever he represents, we see the best of him, because we saw against Germany just how much he can give to the team."