Marcus Rashford will reportedly stay and fight for his Manchester United place, despite his struggle for game time so far this term.
The Red Devils striker is determined to remain at Old Trafford and prove himself under Jose Mourinho having made just one start this season, report The Sun.
In spite of his struggles domestically, Rashford has shone for England during the international break, netting against both Spain and Switzerland for the Three Lions.
Rashford reportedly wants a central striking role at United, currently occupied by Romelu Lukaku, or to play as a No.10 rather than out wide.
Rashford scored twice for England in the international break
He has made just one start for United so far this term
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The 20-year-old is banned for United’s next three games having been sent off for a head butt on Burnley’s Phil Bardsley in his last club outing.
He will only have one year left on his Old Trafford contract at the end of this season, should he not pen fresh terms in the meantime.
Rashford will have a watching brief as United travel to Watford at the weekend with the Hornets bidding to maintain their 100 per cent start to the campaign.