Ryan Giggs has said he believes Manchester United can win next season's Premier League title, with Paul Pogba a key part of the challenge.
Old Trafford legend Giggs said he would like to see Manchester United use Pogba on the left of a midfield three to boost the team's attacking power.
Giggs told Sky Sports he believed United had enough threat to reclaim the league crown.
Questions have been raised over their attacking intent in some games this season, but he said: "They've got pace, guile, goals, experience and make up a really top forward line.
"I would say the forward line is as good as Manchester City's, but the difference is the way of playing, with Kevin De Bruyne and David Silva behind consistently finding the front three for City.
"United have Paul Pogba who could potentially be as good as them, but then Nemanja Matic is more defensive, so it is just that creative area where City have got the upper hand."
Giggs said he believed one of France midfielder Pogba's best games for United had come in the win over Everton last month, in which he played on the left of a midfield trio.
"He was on the left of Matic -- in a similar position to the one he played at Juventus -- and Ander Herrera was on the right," Giggs said.
"I think that position where he's on the left of a midfield three is where he's at his best. He's a brilliant crosser of the ball and I don't think he's as effective when he's having to do more defensive work in central areas.
"I would like to see him in a 4-3-3 with Matic sitting, Herrera to the right and Pogba to the left, with a selection of the front three thriving off more creativity behind them."
Giggs also weighed into the recent debate about the atmosphere at Old Trafford, with manager Jose Mourinho having said after the win over Huddersfield that the stadium was "quiet."
Mourinho cited Fratton Park as an example of a good atmosphere, saying: "I remember Portsmouth -- such a small stadium, the atmosphere was absolutely incredible."
But Giggs said: "I think first of all, United have the best away fans. Obviously at home you get 75,000, so a lot of the fans maybe aren't regulars and maybe want to be entertained before they support the team.
"The away fans aren't like that, they support the team with different songs throughout every game.
"Also, when you're at home you're often coming up against 11 men behind the ball and you've got to be patient as a team and as the crowd.
"What I'd say is it hasn't changed at Old Trafford, even when we were at our very best.
"The fans will be well up for it when the teams needs them against Liverpool, Chelsea, Arsenal, Man City and Tottenham, but in games like Huddersfield, the players just have to do what is expected and get the job done."