David de Gea has backed his teenage teammate Marcus Rashford to make Manchester United history.
Rashford, 18, has burst onto the scene since making his senior debut in February, scoring seven goals in 12 outings.
Speaking after the youngster had scored the only goal of the game against Aston Villa on Saturday, Spanish goalkeeper De Gea insisted that the sky is the limit for United's academy graduate.
"It's unbelievable, no? This player is really young and he's scored many goals," he told MUTV.
"Hopefully, for many years, he'll be in this club and can make history for the club as well. He's a shy guy, a really good lad and a good teammate."