Marcus Rashford has impressed in every role he has been tasked with.
The 23-year forward is delighted with the versatility he has been tasked with and has not missed a single Premier League this campaign.
The United academy graduate spent most of last season playing on the left flank and scored a career-best of 22 goals in all competitions.
Solskajer has dabbled with Rashford’s role this term by moving him to the right-wing or fielding him as a centre-forward.
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“Throughout my academy days, I always tried to train myself to play in all three of those positions up front, just to give myself a better chance of getting into the first team,” Rashford told Goal.
“If you have a player who can play in more than one position, then you’re more likely to be involved. It’s something I always dreamed of doing and now the manager is giving me an opportunity to do that.
“I still think I can improve and do better but I’m pleased that I’ve managed to influence games in different positions and help the team win games.”