Manchester United striker Marcus Rashford says a ‘tough period’ under Jose Mourinho made him a ‘better player’.
Rashford struggled to find consistency under the Portuguese, despite scoring 28 goals and providing 28 assists.
He has since flourished under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, which he believes has stemmed from his time learning from Mourinho.
“It was tough but I think when you look back on it in five or six years, they’re the moments that give you that mental toughness,” Rashford told the UTD Podcast.
“As an all-round player I’ve improved a lot and a lot of it is down to those two years under Jose.
“We had ups and downs. When I look back at it, it was a tough period but definitely a period that made me a better player.”