Marcus Rashford reacts to Manchester United win over Nottingham Forest

Marcus Rashford reacts to Manchester United win over Nottingham Forest

Manchester United forward Marcus Rashford has admitted that he’s enjoying how the team is developing under Erik ten Hag after tonight’s win over Nottingham Forest.

Man United continued their top form with a comfortable 3-o win over Nottingham and the win becomes United’s sixth win at Old Trafford on a bounce.

The Red Devils are entirely in a different state this season compared to last season and Marcus Rashford is enjoying the new look of United under Ten Hag.

Rashford scored and assisted to help restart their Premier League campaign with a win over the Tricky Trees and told Prime Video after the final whistle: “I am enjoying it, we are winning a lot more football games and the level of our play is higher. It is a completely different mindset to last season.

“We’re winning a lot more football games and our level has been a lot higher. Happy with how we’re developing and hope we can keep kicking on.”

The England international claimed that he’s focused and happy at Manchester United as he’s enjoying the playing time he’s receiving under the Dutchman.

“I think the main thing is that I’m enjoying myself and I’m focused and happy,” Rashford added. “I’m hoping that can carry on. I want to have a really good season this year and hopefully win a trophy with the club.”

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Manchester United haven’t won a trophy in the last six years but Marcus Rashford believes they have a chance of winning silverware this season.

United are in the quarter-final of the Carabao Cup, round of 32 in the Europa League and still competing in the FA Cup and Premier League.

On if the Red Devils can win trophies again, the English forward said: “That’s the main aim. It’s an ambition that we’ve had for a while. When I first came into the team we had a good start, we won three or four trophies in the first couple of years.

“Since then we were in a difficult patch but the only way to come out of it is to keep working hard and we have to keep listening to the manager and the staff, play the football he wants to play and win games.”