MARCUS RASHFORD reckons "ten out of ten" Manchester United team-mate Mason Greenwood can go all the way to the top.
Greenwood, 18, has made a major impact in his first season in senior football and Rashford says the teenager’s potential is frightening.
He said: “Mason’s got everything to be as good as he wants to be.
“He’s got all the attributes needed to be a forward at the very top level.
“It’s just about him pushing himself. He doesn’t have to listen to anything on the outside, just keep competing with himself, improving — and God knows the heights he can get to.
“He’s ten out of ten. As a forward there is not much else you could ask for in terms of natural ability. Hopefully he continues to work hard and does what he does best."
Greenwood broke into the United squad this season after an impressive pre-season and has so far scored 13 goals in 37 first-team appearances.
Like Rashford he can play centrally or out wide, and has not even worked out which is his stronger foot, having scored a penalty against Tranmere in January with his so-called weaker right peg.
Rashford, 22, added on Instagram Live: “I don’t think he knows what his strongest foot is.
“I have seen him take penalties and free-kicks with both feet, it’s just what he feels at the time.
“He’s an unbelievable talent.”
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