Rashford joined the youth group Red Devils in 2005, just seven years old, and burst onto the scene 11 years later under former boss Louis van Gaal.
The 22-year-old forward has made more than 200 appearances with the Old Trafford club, scoring 64 goals and 31 assists.
A great United in the making, Rashford has now been praised by a great United in the past, as club legend Scholes opened up to track his progress as a young player.
“I still remember watching him, mostly on the reserve team, and he was a great center forward,” Scholes told the UTD podcast.
“Sometimes I went to games and I just watched it, and I didn’t really watch where the ball was. I was looking for his movement – is he smart enough to have this connection with a midfielder? “I think he has that.
“I was really excited when he joined the team, a little bit of luck at first – I think there was an injury to someone.
“But since joining the team, he has shown the talent he has as a center-forward or wide player on the left. “
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play after being used as a striker or left winger by Ole Gunnar Solskjaer this season.
“I still remember seeing him as a child and I thought his intelligence and movement were like a center-point,” added Scholes.
“He looked like a number nine, but now when you see him in games, he seems to like him more on the left side. “