Rashford eyeing Rooney's record
Marcus Rashford believes he definitely "holds a chance" of breaking all-time leading goalscorer Wayne Rooney's record at Manchester United.
Legendary striker Rooney, who currently leads the way on 253, managed his haul in 559 games for United, with Marcus, so far, having only played 359 in total.
The topic - which was discussed on the latest episode of The Overlap with Gary Neville - is something our current no.10 isn't ruling out of the equation, after he committed his long-term future to the club when signing a new contract recently.
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"But I’m all about scoring goals and trying to make assists, so there's definitely a chance that it can happen and I’ve actually spoken to Wazza [Rooney] about it.
"He wants me to do it. He said it would be good for me to do it because I've grown up at the club, stuff like that. Hopefully, I get the opportunity to try to make that happen."
With a spring in his step and the dust firmly settled after penning that five-year contract at Old Trafford, Marcus believes everything is beginning to come together in M16, ahead of what should be another exciting campaign.
"But we still need to take those extra steps and, at the minute, we've got a manager who's fully dedicated to just winning at all costs.
"He just wants us to be the best we can be individually, as best as we can be as a team. At the end of the day, he wants us to win trophies."