After selecting Pogba in his BBC Team of the Week column, Crooks wrote: "The ball for Marcus Rashford to score the only goal of the game was sensational, while the rest of his game caused Leicester all sorts of problems".
The Spaniard, who admitted that "everyone feels free" since Solskjaer's arrival 49 days ago, insists the competitive nature of the Premier League is too great to think the new manager won't be beaten at some stage.
Yet while the Spain midfielder believes it will be "impossible" for Solskjaer to remain unbeaten until the end of the season, he said a run of nine wins and one draw had given the team confidence they could beat Paris St-Germain, Liverpool and Chelsea over a critical next month.
United then go to Chelsea in the FA Cup before a Premier League clash with table-toppers Liverpool, but Herrera says United can not look beyond Fulham. And it is under the Norwegian, that Paul Pogba has returned to his best, scoring six goals and providing five assists in the last eight Premier League games.More news: Apple shares rise after results but iPhone worry remains
"Because he's playing week in, week out, he's a lot sharper than when he was coming into the team for maybe one game and then he was on the bench".
Of course, I am so happy with my moment in the team, but I can not go insane with that. "It will be a big mistake if we think further than Fulham".
"When we play a game, we know that each player can play".
The 29-year-old has been a central figure to United's recent success, partnering the likes of Paul Pogba and Nemanja Matic in midfield, but while he admits he is happy with his own form, Herrera says their strength lies in the squad. "I think playing regularly has brought the best out of Ander".
Perhaps Molde don't want him back because of how much money it'll make them, either way it's starting to look less and less like their choice.