Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has pinpointed Marcus Rashford as the ‘catalyst’ for Manchester United’s current form.
Rashford was superb in United’s 4-1 win over Bournemouth, brilliantly creating their opener before adding the third himself.
Solskjaer had plenty of praise for the 21-year-old England forward, saying: “I’m delighted for him because he’s coming on and he’ll be a top, top player.
“The way he’s gone about this job, playing up top, the work rate he puts in…He’s got everything.
“I’m really pleased that he’ll get goals. He’s scored two now in three games, but his work rate, all the work he puts in, that’s a big pleasing thing for me – with the whole team, because we should never be outworked by anyone. And he’s the catalyst. I’ll have to slow him down at times.
“And the way he made the first goal as well – hold up play, skills, vision to put it in the right area.”