Ahead of the upcoming new English Premier League season, Marcus Rashford has revealed that he wants to play in the number nine role for Manchester United and become the "ultimate forward".
Rashford has mostly been used as a center-forward or a wide player since being promoted from the academy. The England international has so far bagged two goals in pre-season against Perth Glory and Leeds United. The 21-year-old scored 10 league goals last season but his form dipped towards the end of the campaign.
Rashford hinted at where he wants to play ahead of the new season, "I've always said that. It's never been my aim to be a No.9. It's about being able to adapt and play in different positions and to be the ultimate forward. I think I can score goals from all positions and I think that's something that's shared among the forwards.
"If one person is scoring all the goals you get a different feeling as a team than if all the forwards are contributing. It's definitely a good feeling and it keeps us all on our toes. That's important."