Manchester United striker, Marcus Rashford has been in top form for the England national team of recent, making him the latest talk in town.
Rashford scored the only goal in England’s 1-0 defeat of Switzerland to end his country’s three games of successive losses
With all of his feats at the national team, he is yet to become a regular at United with Mourinho not being convinced of his ability to deliver goals.
United’s legend, Gary Neville, who believes the player is an asset to England and will be more impactful in the future has cried out to the player to ensure he becomes a regular to keep his form running,
Neville fears that should the player return to the bench, the form might not be discovered again, hence he wants the player to ensure he breaks into United’s starting eleven to help sustain the form.
He said the player should ensure he plays at least 100 games in the next 12 to 18 months to help establish himself.
Neville said the player has got huge talent and must keep playing to build is experience, ability and self-confidence.
One will only hope that his breakthrough for England will get the attention of Jose Mourinho for an opportunity.