Manchester United striker Marcus Rashford returned to the side at the weekend as he scored twice in the 2-1 win over Liverpool.

The forward hasn’t been featuring as often as he’d have liked, but he has insisted that he isn’t concerned over the amount of game time he is getting, as reported by BT Sport.

The 20-year-old has found it difficult in recent months to gain a regular amount of minutes but showed his manager Jose Mourinho exactly what the side were missing when he returned.

Rashford’s start against Liverpool was just his first start since Boxing Day in the Premier League as he has been forced to be patient to wait for his chance.

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The United man is set to play a key role for England this summer in Russia at the World Cup as Gareth Southgate’s men look to improve their poor record at major championships.

Rashford’s performance at the weekend will only enhance his chances of more minutes in the Premier League for United in the coming games.

The youngster discussed the recent shortage in minutes:

Right now, I’m probably not learning the most on the pitch. In training is where I’m doing most of my learning. You have to take it into the game and today it worked.

Personally, taking the confidence from this game into the next games is important.