Morgan Schneiderlin has lauded Marcus Rashford for his remarkable start to his Manchester United career and believes he will go on to become a fantastic player for the club.
Rashford brings more than just goals, says Schneiderlin
Rashford has netted five goals in eight starts so far in his short time in the team with the last being the winner against Manchester City in his first Manchester Derby. Schneiderlin therefore, believes that Rashford has a bright future ahead of him and says that the striker brings much more to the team than just goals.
Schneiderlin speaking to MUTV says that "it is amazing" what Rashford has done since he came into the team not so long ago to make his debut. The French midfielder says that Rashford is "a great talent" as he is has shown so far in his short time in the first team.
The French midfielder continued to say that Rashford "is not just about goals" as he can bring more than that to "his game" is what is giving a lot of defenders a huge problem. The key now is to see how the youngster will continue to grow and if he can keep this great success going.
Schneiderlin backs Rashford to be a big name in the future
Rashford came into the team when Anthony Martial was injured in the warm-up before United's second leg match against FC Midtjylland in the Europa League. The youngster would go on to make a huge impact scoring a brace to help the team progress and Schneiderlin says he has no doubt Rashford will go on to be a household name in the future.
Schneiderlin says he has no doubt that Rashford will be a "top, top player" as he has shown he has all of the attributes to cope with the big games already at such a young age. Schneiderlin is enjoying playing with the striker and says he "will make some progress in the future".
United need to push on after the international break
Rashford's winner against City has given the United players renewed belief that they can manage to finish in a top-four place this season. The key now will be for the team to continue on that result against Everton after the international break.