Mason Greenwood has struggled to find goals this season.
The Man United teenager has scored just six goals this campaign compared to 17 last term.
He is slowly starting to regain his form in the last few games and has been urged to keep his standards up.
Bruno Fernandes is not surprised by Greenwood’s tough second season because rivals had the time to assess him all this while.
Fernandes said: “Everyone has to know that Mason is a young player.
“Now everyone is starting to know how Mason is, it will become more and more difficult for him, It’s normal. It’s part of the development for him and he’ll learn from it.”
He added: “It doesn’t matter how many goals he scores. The most important thing for us is that he still helps the team and he’s doing his best.
“It’s important for us as a team, it doesn’t matter who scores.
“If Mason scores for us or not, it’s important if he can do other jobs – recover balls, pressing, defend when we need it, make assists, create danger.
“So it’s not important for him to score. He has to understand, he’s such a young lad. Of course, every striker wants to score but, anyway, he will score more and more goals as the seasons pass.”