The France international, out since mid-September with a hamstring injury, was surprisingly named in the Red Devils' starting lineup for Saturday evening's clash.
Pogba took little time to get going at Old Trafford, sending in the ball for Anthony Martial's equaliser and then scoring a third later in the match as Man United recovered from a goal down.
Speaking to BT Sport after the match, Pogba said: "We won, we have the three points and that is most important thing. Zlatan Ibrahimovic, me and Marcos Rojo came back from injury so we are happy.
"I see the same team and feel the same atmosphere. The season is very long, it is not about now, it is about the end. We just forget the criticism. It hurts when you are not playing, you want to help the team, but you just have to do your recovery."
Former world-record signing Pogba now has three goals and three assists in five Premier League outings this term.