Manchester United have had huge success with players who have put on the iconic No. 10 shirt at the club.
There were highbrow concerns on who will wear the number behind his back.
Forward Marcos Rashford was tipped by summer signing Lee Grant to do “justice” to that berth in Mourinho’s squad.
The 36-year-old veteran goalkeeper who joined United on a free this summer has backed the Mancunian to perform well in the shirt.
Grant took to social media outlet Twitter saying: “Marcus will do it justice for sure.”
Despite a staggering World Cup campaign in Russia for Gareth Southgate’s squad, the 20-year-old is a pick of the bunch.
Rashford is a fast and shrewd passer. He has an eagle eye for lobbing balls and an excellent dribbler.
The 20-year-old may continue to remain as a backup plan for head coach Jose Mourinho, but his spirited performance for England in the UEFA Nation League shows how much he has packed under the hood.
Rashford scored the opener for the Three Lions of England in their clash against former European champions Spain on Saturday night.
The Europa League winner who played as a winger behind Zlatan Ibrahimovic starred in three out of four United’s opening games of the season.
However, the forward will miss United’s Premier League clash against Watford, Wolves and Derby after seeing a red in the United’s 2-0 away victory over Burnley.