The 20-year-old has been recently getting a run in les Bleus' first time but says it is up to Didier Deschamps on whether that continuesPaul Pogba says he is willing to wait for his chance with France's first team.
The 20-year-old midfielder has featured intermittently for the national team under Didier Deschamps following impressive performances at club level with Juventus.
And Pogba, who has played in les Bleus' last three games, is aware that he may have to accept being rotated but is determined to take his chance when he gets it.
"It depends on the coach. When I'm on the pitch I give 100 per cent," he told L'Equipe.
"I don't want to deceive the French staff or my team-mates. I feel like a France player. If I have to be on the bench, I'll be there and I'll be ready to play."
Meanwhile, talks between Pogba and Juventus over a new deal could well happen over the next few weeks, according to reports circulating in Italy on Wednesday.
Mino Raiola, Pogba's agent, is due to meet with representatives of the Bianconeri at the end of this month despite Juve president Andrea Agnelli recently admitting it would be hard to turn down a good offer for the midfielder.
Pogba's current contract expires in June 2016.