Marcus Rashford had a poor performance last season, especially when Manchester United slides to their lowest ever Premier League points tally.
The 24-year-old believes that having a new manager in the Club will bring refreshment to everyone, especially on his part. And he is more certain to fight for his place in the first team under their new manager Erik Ten Hag.
“We have got that feeling of excitement and that buzz around the training ground again and so it is definitely positive going into pre-season,” Rashford said.
“It is just about, one, getting the principles right of how Erik wants us to play and the details, and, two, enjoying it.
“In the first week of training we have done both and everyone is looking forward to going on the tour and putting what we have done in training into the first games.
“It is a fresh start for everyone and for me personally I have had quite a long break, a nice camp before coming back into training, and how we are starting off on the right foot.
“Like I said, everyone is looking forward to pre-season now and going out to try to put into the games what we have learned in training so far, and what we will continue to learn, not only in the pre-season but throughout the season as well.”
Following 90 Min, Rashford is being rumoured that having a poor performance at Manchester United leads him to return to his boyhood club. But it seems the manager is having promising tactics for the midfielder and the rest of the team. Rashford felt that this is exactly what he needs to feel motivated.
“Like I say, I feel ready and focused so when that first game does come it’s good to know you have done almost six weeks of training beforehand. It will definitely be a positive.” Rashford added.