Marcus Rashford left himself out of his all-time Man Utd 6-a-side team as he picked a stellar cast of Red Devils' legends.
The 22-year-old is on the right path to becoming a United great at Old Trafford, but admitted he was not yet up to the level of some that had donned a red shirt before him.
Rashford was posed the question as part of an Instagram Live Q&A hosted by Bleacher Report, and said: "At the back I'd have Rio Ferdinand. I'd probably have [David] de Gea, but it was a close one between [Edwin] van der Sar."
The forward added that he had not seen much of Peter Schmeichel when growing up, hence why the Dane was not up for consideration.
"I'm all out attack from there," he continued. "I'd have [Paul] Scholesy in front of Rio, [Ryan] Giggs on the right, [Cristiano] Ronaldo on the left and [Wayne] Rooney up front.
"I'm not putting myself in. Not yet."
Rashford has had the fortune of playing with two of those selections in de Gea and Rooney, and also learned under Giggs' when the Welshman was a coach at the club.
He waxed lyrical about Rooney, naming him as the best player he'd played alongside.
"To get the opportunity to play with him was an unbelievable experience and it was just the little things he did for our games that makes him a special player," Rashford said.
"I was watching him quite closely. It's just the way he transitions between the positions like it's nothing. That's what makes him a world class player."
He also credited both Rooney and Giggs for aiding his development as a player.
Asked which player he had learnt the most from in his short career thus far, Rashford replied: "Rooney. Or maybe Giggs when I first came in and he was coaching under [Louis] van Gaal.
"He [Giggs] helped me a lot with what he used to say to me.
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