The Manchester United coach stated that he played no part in the young English forward’s revival and put it all down to hard work.
Marcus Rashford has been in incredible form since returning from the World Cup in December and is now on a run of 10 goals in 10 games.
The contrast between the same player one year ago is frightening, many fans were calling for the club to sell the 25-year-old when linked to PSG in the summer.
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When questioned about his revival, Ten Hag admitted that it was all down to the player.
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‘I’m not Harry Potter! It’s just confidence. Every player has to make and get his own confidence. He fought for this. He invested in this.” the Manchester United manager said.
‘Of course, with my coaching staff, we bring in structures that give him routines that he needs to get into the right position.
‘But, finally, it’s up to him. When the player has the confidence then I’m convinced, in the way we are working, he can perform at his best.
‘It’s obvious that Marcus at this moment is in really good shape, really good form.’
Although the Dutch manager has refused to take credit for Rashford, he is responsible for the club’s overall good form as they push to get back to where they used to be.