Former Manchester United striker Louis Saha has revealed Marcus Rashford’s only problem at the club currently.
Saha believes Rashford needs to stop ‘overthinking’ if he is to end his bad run of form.
Rashford was Man United’s Player of the Year last season after scoring 30 goals and making 11 assists across all competitions for the Premier League giants.
But so far this season, it has been a very different story with the England international.
Rashford has scored just one goal and provided three assists in 12 games for Erik ten Hag’s side.
“In Marcus Rashford, I see a player with tremendous quality – there’s no doubt about that. The only thing that’s holding him back is overthinking,” Saha told Paddy Power.
“He has a tendency to think too much and that is the problem he has at the moment. It sounds very simplistic but it’s not. He’s got great energy levels, he’s very physical and the volume of his runs are his main strengths.”
He added, “We want to see Rashford committing and not worry about making mistakes. He needs to attack, try and cross the ball, shoot at goal and be happy if he wins a corner.
“It is very simplistic but that’s the reality for Rashford right now. He needs to simplify his game and put all his energy into the things that work. I am confident he will get back to it because when he does, he’s unstoppable.”