Video - Ibrahimovic and Pogba revel in United's latest win
Zlatan Ibrahimovic stole the show with both goals as Man Utd beat Southampton 2-0 at Old Trafford and he then enjoyed a jovial post match interview with his £89m team-mat Paul Pogba
United took the lead after 36 minutes as Ibrahimovic was well placed in the centre of the box to head home Wayne Rooney's pinpoint cross for his third goal of the season.
The Swedish striker doubled his and his side's tally seven minutes after the break as he drilled a penalty into the bottom corner after Luke Shaw was brought down by substitute Jordy Clasie.
He told told Sky Sports 1: "If the team does good the individual does good always. I tried to do what I'm best at, create chances and help my team-mates and then scoring goals.
"So far three goals in total. I'm happy for the team, two games, two wins. We're becoming better and better, it was the first game at home and we won it. It's a good start.
"We need to get used to winning because the mental part is also important. Not only on the physical part so we're happy, we're happy for the three points and the first game at home also, we need to settle in - the rest will come by itself."
When questioned on what they had improved on, he explained: "Everything. I'm new in the team, I'm here not even a month, Paul was still at home....we need to get to know the players, the way we play and the simple things. Outside the pitch, inside the pitch is also new.
"We need to get to know this club. We get to know the philosophy of the coach also, which I'm used to from before.
"Everything is new, it's like a big puzzle we need to put the puzzle together and then we work through everything."
Ibrahimovic and Pogba then confirmed they were enjoying each other's company, in this post-match chat with Sky Sports.
Meanwhile, United boss Jose Mourinho declared his side's display as "good enough" as he targeted more after back-to-back wins to start the new Premier League season.
"We were always in control. I think we won comfortably and the result could be bigger," said Mourinho.
"It's a natural evolution of things. The way we are playing football. The kind of football we are trying to play.
"Sometimes we don't but we always try to do that kind of football the way that the team is defending because it's a completely different way to defend.
"(Things are improving by) Evolution, step-by-step, the integration of players, working together. Some players (have been here just) for one week like Paul (Pogba), others three weeks, four weeks. They are arriving step-by-step and I think it's impossible to demand more from the boys.
"(We have here) A great spirit, everybody working really hard and I'm pleased."
Mourinho praised Ibrahimovic for his impact on the game, adding: "He's very good in the air but he's very good with his feet, he holds the ball better than anyone and his movement is great.
"He drops back and gives the team another option....I'm very happy with his performance and the collective effort of the team to keep a clean sheet - everybody working really hard.
"I'm hurting by some decisions to leave some players out. Not to play them because the team is a really great team and they all work and deserve to play and in this moment I have to make my options and there's only one match a week.
"I'm desperate for September to arrive for the Capital (One) Cup for the Europa League and then they (will) get what they all deserve which is to play."