The 19-year-old highlighted how much of a talent he is in Sunday’s 2-0 victory over Chelsea at Old Trafford.
Given the chance to lead the line, alongside fellow academy product Jesse Lingard, Marcus Rashford tormented Antonio Conte’s defence.
His early goal, pace throughout, strength and stamina earned the England international much praise.
Manchester United's Marcus Rashford impressed everyone, including Jose Mourinho, in the Chelsea win
Mourinho believes Rashford will improve again over the next 12 months
According to the Daily Mail, Mourinho believes Rashford will improve again over the next 12 months, having acknowledged matching his breakthrough season has been a tough ask.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic has largely featured ahead of him, forcing Rashford to feature out left, but a big future is in the offing up front.
Although Mourinho has faith in the youngster’s potential, the Manchester United boss is going ahead with his bold summer transfer plans.
The Portuguese is apparently determined to lure a new striker to Manchester, having drawn up a list of targets.
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Romelu Lukaku is one of Jose Mourinho's targets at Manchester United
Atletico Madrid hitman Antoine Griezmann and Everton goalscorer Romelu Lukaku are key inclusions.
And the Daily Mail add Mourinho could even look to sign two forwards due to the various situations surrounding his current options.
Ibrahimovic, 35, is yet to commit to a further season, captain Wayne Rooney is set to leave, and Anthony Martial has really struggled for form.