Marcus Rashford has revealed that he found it hard to deal with fame and pressure after breaking into the Manchester United first team.
The England international has since been a regular at the club and is currently United's top scorer in the league with six goals.
In an interview with the club's official portal, Rashford lifted the lid on handling fame and pressure, "The first couple of games that you play, it can be tough, when you go back home or when you go to the shop.
"A simple thing like going to the shop to buy something – it used to take you two or five minutes, but now is like a 30-minute trip to go and get something. So little things like that. You just get used to it, you become accustomed to it."
Rashford has scored 54 goals in 187 games for United and eight from 36 caps for England.