The striker, 23, came through United’s academy and he’s already been in the first team for five years having exploded on the scene under Louis van Gaal in the 2015/16 campaign.
While Rashford has developed into one of the most feared forwards in the Premier League, his off-field work has truly endeared him to supporters following his fight against the government over providing free school meals for children.
Rashford could fetch upwards of £100million in the transfer market but the forward is adamant he wants to stay at the Theatre of Dreams.
‘For me, I never look beyond Manchester United,” Rashford said. “As a kid I’ve never looked beyond Manchester United in my mind, it wouldn’t sit right for me to be pulling on another shirt.
‘I just want to do the best I can for the club whilst I’m here, so hopefully I’m here for the long term.’
The England international admits he appreciates the help of the club in the last 12 months but insists it’s their work since he joined that has made him fall in love with the Red Devils.
‘All the good things that have happened this year it’s come from Manchester United giving me the opportunity as a kid,’ said Rashford.
‘I don’t just remember the last year or the last five years, I’m talking about the times when nobody in my family drove and I had to get to training, and United had people to come and take me to the training ground and take me back home
‘When I was six, seven, eight years old, I’m talking about the times when they put me into accommodation when my mum was struggling at home, when I was 11 years old and I was up there until I was 16, 17, so it’s a lot deeper than what people see sometimes.
‘I think people only see some of the stuff that’s been happening since I’ve been in the first team, but the bond that I have with United is much greater than just these last five years, and it will forever be greater than my actual career.
‘They’re the reason that I’ve become a footballer, they’ve given me an opportunity to express myself and find out that I had talent in football.’