Ole Gunnar Solskjaer insists he is 'very happy' with Marcus Rashford's form for Manchester United even though he has gone five starts without a goal from open play.
Rashford recovered from a double stress fracture to his back to line up for United against Tottenham last month and has kept his place in all five Premier League games since the season restarted.
The 22-year-old converted a first-half penalty against Bournemouth last week and assisted two of Anthony Martial's goals against Sheffield United but his performance level has been questioned in some sections.
"Very happy with him," Solskjaer stressed. "Physically, he's coping well with the games, he's mixing up his game, he's making defenders think, he runs in behind, he comes short, he can play a pass, he can make a run, he's got individual skills, so Marcus has got all the attributes to be a top forward.
"You can see our players - suddenly he pops up on the right, Mason on the left, Anthony on the left or right, and you want that rotation between them. But also sometimes have the discipline to stick out wide and create space for others, and make runs. Sometimes you get an assist - in my head - for creating space and making runs for others and we see it."
Mason Greenwood has been exceptional since he returned to the United XI, scoring four goals in his last three games to take his tally for the season to 16. Solskjaer says the 18-year-old has not exceeded expectations.
"At that age, you've got so much energy, you've got no fear," Solskjaer explained. "You just want to go and play football, if we had a day off he'd go and play football with his mates. I'm not worried about Mason this season, we just need to look after him in his whole career, he's a fantastic boy to work with. He loves playing football and at the moment gets the result and rewards for his hard work.
"We know what he's capable of and we always trusted him to be a part of this squad and chip in with performances and goals. We've seen it every day, I've seen it since I came to the club 18 months ago.
"He's just a natural footballer and when you put natural good footballers with better footballers that he's used to playing with that gives him more opportunities to show his qualities. The club know what they're doing when they're educating people and players.