Marcus Rashford has been named Manchester United’s player of the year at the club’s end of year awards.
The forward has scored 30 goals in 55 games so far this campaign in a scintillating return to form after a difficult couple of years and he scooped the top prize on Monday night.
United still have one game remaining this term, with the Red Devils to take on local rivals Manchester City on Saturday at Wembley in the FA Cup final.
A victory would earn the club a domestic cup double after lifting the Carabao Cup earlier this year, and Rashford is expected to play a key role in the game under the arch.
He also scooped the players’ player of the year award at the ceremony, which saw manager Erik ten Hag deliver a speech about how he wanted to improve and drive the club forward.
Rashford’s lift of the trophy signals the first time he was won the Sir Matt Busby player of the season award.
His goal tally this term is his career best return, with the 25-year-old having netted 123 times for United since making his debut after making his way through the academy.
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