Carragher Thinks United Should Build Their Team Around Rashford

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The Belgian admits the players also enjoy winding up Paul Pogba now that he is smiling again. There is a great belief at United at the moment and I feel that Rashford has grown up a lot in a month.

"We're looking at blocks of work and we keep trying to improve ourselves", Rashford said of their efforts. We can find the gaps in between the defenders and the gaps between the lines, that's something we're really working on, because we don't want to be a predictable team.

While talking up the confidence which has been restored to the ranks at Old Trafford, Herrera concedes that setbacks will be suffered over the coming weeks.

Loaned by Norwegian club Molde until the end of the season, Solskjaer is making an ever-more compelling case to be made permanent manager, given results and the obvious easy rapport he has with supporters and players.

Spurs are now in the race for the Premier League title.

"We didn't string passes together, we didn't control the game as much as I liked". It's worth saying "currently" because recently everytime the North London side have got within striking distance of Liverpool and Manchester City they've just as quickly dropped points.

England striker Rashford marked his 100th Premier League appearance with the only goal of the game at the King Power Stadium, collecting Pogba's clever lobbed throughball before drilling past Kasper Schmeichel.

United may not be able to win every game before the 2018-19 campaign comes to a close, but they are hoping to emerge successful enough to secure a top-four finish and continue progressing in the Champions League and FA Cup.

"And the players are believing in him, they're believing that he's believing in them".

The former Manchester City youth product can play in multiple positions across the midfield and would fit into Pochettino's policy of playing young attacking players.

"Good start and then second half we were more concerned about the result than the performance".

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