Rashford is undoubtedly a very talented young player and his performances for Manchester United over the past 18 months have certainly left a strong impression on many fans as well as pundits alike.
Apart from his footballing abilities, Rashford also seems to possess an abundance of confidence and the 19-year-old has now delivered a stern warning to his rivals that his best is yet to come.
Rashford said: "You have only seen me playing for one year and there are a lot of things you don't know about me and what you have got to learn, what I have got to learn about myself. It's just a start.
"A lot of people have a lot of opinions about him, but what he's done is clear. It's not all what people say. I've obviously played a lot of games under him this year and I've earned his trust, which is important for me and it's got me to where I am now.
"If you don't believe in yourself, you can't expect other people to believe in you. I was confident going into the games and I think it's just another step you take individually. Taking on the responsibility of being in that role is something you take pride in."