Rashford has been on the bench for both of England's two World Cup games but could get the nod today against Belgium.
“He just wants to play and prove - not just to himself - that he is good enough.
“He's got a wonderful strike on a ball, an eye for goal, electrifying pace. He can take people on and scare people. And I like players like that.
“For me I'd love to see Rashford start. But it's so easy to sit at home and not see them day-in day-out.
“There may be something in the squad that's happening, he may be carrying something.
“But I also like Jamie Vardy. He's a fantastic player. For how he's developed, I would love to see him and Kane up front. They would destroy teams."