Manchester United forward, Marcus Rashford has revealed that it hurts him to see the club currently struggling on the pitch.
Rashford, who hit form under manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer in the second half of last season, officially signed a new four-year deal reportedly worth £300,000-a-week at United on Monday.
The 21-year-old was used on the wings by former manager, Jose Mourinho, but the ex-academy player proved to have flourish in the central position when Solskjaer took over last December.
The club have not won the Premier League since Sir Alex Ferguson retired in 2013.
They finished with more than 20 points behind rivals, Manchester City, who won the league title and a domestic treble last season.
United won their major trophy since the post-Ferguson era in 2017, when they won the Europa League under Mourinho in his first season.
They also missed out on the top-four in the last campaign, and will play in Europe’s second-tier club competition next season.
“It hurts every day to see where we are now, [compared] to where we’ve been in the past. I use that pain as motivation. It makes me more determined to put the club back where they belong. There’s nothing I want more than to see the club winning the Premier League again, winning the Champions League again.
“Everybody here deserves much, much more than what we’re giving them right now, not only the fans, the club itself. They don’t deserve to be where they are now. As players, we’re the ones who have the opportunity to try and forget about the past five, six years and put the club back on track,” he said.