While a spirited Watford comeback saw Andre Gray halve the deficit as Javier Gracia's side put the pressure on United, Mourinho's much-criticised stars battled out a hard-fought triumph despite having second-half chances to wrap up the three points.
Mourinho, though, joked that he is still not completely happy with his central defender. This was a tricky match too against an in-form Watford, but the Portuguese boss masterminded a solid away-day display to claim back-to-back victories on the road.
Pogba even reportedly told executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward of his wish to leave Old Trafford as Barcelona circled, while the midfielder has so far avoided publicly committing to a side he returned to in 2016.
When asked if he believes Rashford has earned more playing time after scoring twice for England over the global break, Mourinho gave a sarcastic response, making his feelings towards the media well known. He is playing simple and well.
Former captain Gary Neville says that, as a fan, he would be happy to see the 25-year-old leave if his focus was not on United, but Mourinho says the World Cup victor has not told him that he wants to go.
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"I can only comment on what is real for me, not in what I read, not in what I listen".
"Men behind the ball, together, tackling, Fellaini - who I thought was excellent in the first half - and then it helps when you've got a goalkeeper who can do that [make a late save]". If we scored in the last minutes, maybe it would have been a draw and it would have been a very good result for us, but we tried and I think it is a line we need to keep for the next few games. "We gave them the chance to be reborn, score a goal and give us a hard match".
"But for the Manchester United supporters it is important they have the right idea of how things are in reality but the most important thing of all is that the kid is a good kid, a good player, knows what Manchester United did for him".
It's no surprise that De Gea has won the Sir Matt Busby Player of the Year award for four of the past five seasons.
"I'm going to do something, not for you but for the United fans, because I think I hold myself to the United fans and, for them, I am going to spend two minutes with you", he began.
"But six goals and defensive mistakes, and then we go to two matches away - hard matches, different stadiums, Burnley, Watford - and I felt that my central defenders they needed, especially in this moment of a bit of instability, they needed somebody to support and to give them the first wall; physicality".