England right-back Aaron Wan-Bissaka has revealed how his Manchester United team mate Marcus Rashford has made him a better player.
Bissaka joined United in the summer from Crystal Palace and according to the player coming up against Rashford each day in training has been good for his development as a player.
"He’s just so unpredictable. When I first joined United and came up against him in training, he was doing things that I just really didn’t expect.
"I thought he’d go a certain way and he’d go the other way, or I thought he was about to do one thing and he did another, so he’s really tricky to play against.
"I enjoy that though; it’s been really good for my own development to test myself against him and the other attackers we have at the club," Bissaka said in a Q&A session with United fans on the club website.
Wan-Bissaka's tackling ability and his defensive positioning have been lauded by United supporters as he's made the right-back position his own; reviews that have given England coach Gareth Southgate a dilemma in a position that has Alexander Arnold and Trippier.
The 22-year-old had only played 46 senior games at the time when United signed him but he has proved to be a good addition to a team that had lost Ashley Young and Antonio Valencia.