Manchester United great Paul Scholes believes that young striker Marcus Rashford needs to work hard on his composure when he gets chances to score in front of goal.
The England international has been one of the first choices in Jose Mourinho's starting XI despite Anthony Martial's mercurial rise this season. Rashford was dropped to the bench for United's win against Watford and was used as a substitute against Arsenal in which Jesse Lingard seized his opportunity.
Rashford, however made his mark in the UEFA Champions League on Tuesday night when he scored Manchester United's winning goal in a 2-1 win over CSKA Moscow at Old Trafford. However Scholes wants Rashford to show more composure.
Speaking to BT Sport, Scholes said, "He’s still very young. He’s got the ability to beat people and has got fantastic movement. He just needs to add that little bit of composure and calm himself down in front of goal. I think he’ll be a top player for Man United.”
The Manchester born Rashford made his debut for United in the Europa League under Louis van Gaal in 2015. The striker scored eight goals in 18 games across all competitions last season.