Marcus Rashford has won the Player of the Month award for January.
The 21-year-old forward scored three goals in his four Premier League matches amid the month, incorporating victors in consecutive installations against Tottenham Hotspur and Brighton and Hove Albion.
To guarantee the prize he saw off challenge from his Manchester United partner Victor Lindelof just as Tom Heaton, Joshua King, Alexandre Lacazette and James Ward-Prowse.
“Playing reliably offers you the chance to be up for these honors,” said Rashford.
“It’s the first occasion when I’ve won the honor and I think just the second time I’ve been available, so it’s a decent one to win.”
Rashford has scored six goals in his eight PL appearances under overseer supervisor Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, who found the net multiple times in the challenge amid his own playing vocation at Old Trafford, and is the current month’s victor of the Barclays Manager of the Month grant.
“It’s been a major help simply having that kind of individual around us,” Rashford included.
“He’s accomplished a great deal of the things we’re experiencing. That dependably helps when we’re in great minutes or terrible minutes.”