Sherwood believes top Manchester United star has stopped improving under Solskjaer

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Marcus Rashford burst onto the scene as a teenager, and we’ve seen his influence grow over the years.

From 17, Rashford has been a part of the Manchester United first team as he broke into the team with so much potential in the 2015-16 season under Louis van Gaal.

Now 23, Rashford has garnered 271 appearances and scored 21 goals in all competitions last season.

However, Tim Sherwood has questioned Rashford’s growth and has told buzzing youngster Mason Greenwood to learn from that and keep making improvements in his game.

Asked about Mason Greenwood’s development and first-team prospects for this season, Sherwood told Premier League productions: “I think he will play enough this season because they will go deep in a number of competitions.

“Mason needs to look at his mate, Marcus Rashford, and see how he’s developed. Not in a detrimental way towards Marcus but I think he’s stood still.

“Mason has got to look at that and think he needs to improve and continue. Marcus is a very good player but I think he was a very good player when he had the same experience as Greenwood.

“He needs to improve from that because he’s not at his ceiling yet.”