Marcus Rashford is a world-class player, according to club captain, Ashley Young.
Young believes the English forward has a frightening potential and he looks well on his way to being an elite performer.
He added that Rashford knows that he is still growing which is why he is always on the training ground trying to improve his game.
His words, “He’s a world-class player, and when he’s at it, it’s hard to stop him,”
“He’s just growing and growing – and he’s still young. He’s one of those players who wants to be out there.
“He wants to be out on the training pitch improving himself, and he’s at his best when he plays off instincts. He just plays off the cuff, and it’s frightening to see.
“I see it day in, day out, and his confidence is sky-high right now – yet he’s still saying he wants to improve. It’s just the way he is and he’s just got that mentality.”
On Saturday’s clash vs Man City, “I feel it helps when anybody thinks that United are underdogs going into a game.
“We know what we’ve got here. The team and the staff here know what we’re building on. I had every confidence that we would go out and win the game.
“After the draws we had, it was important for us to get back to winning ways. We said before the game that we had to be on the front foot, we had to start well – and we’ve done that in a lot of games.
“We’ve gone 1-0 up and not been able to see games out. On another day, I feel we could have got more but we had to defend as a team as well and be resilient.”