Ole Gunnar Solskjaer says the most pleasing aspect of Mason Greenwood’s game is his ability to convert his chances.
The Manchester United youngster has burst onto the scene this season, scoring in the Red Devils’ Europa League win over Astana and in their Carabao Cup victory over Rochdale.
Solskjaer could be without both Marcus Rashford and Anthony Martial, with the duo in a race to get fit for Monday night’s crunch clash against Arsenal.
Manchester United’s injury crisis may result in Solskjaer selecting Greenwood to lead the Red Devils’ forward line at Old Trafford, despite the striker being just 17 years old.
On Greenwood’s recent form, Solskjaer said: “He’s proven when he’s been on the pitch, Astana and Rochdale, when you get him in the box he’s dangerous.
“What’s pleased me about him is he doesn’t turn down chances to finish when you’re not 18 yet and you keep trusting yourself.
“So I’m not worried about him at all but we’ve managed him, can’t just throw him in the deep end all the time he’s proved in those games he’s ready for it, Premier League.
“I’ll have the weekend to think about it.”