Mourinho loves Rashford’s down-to-earth attitude and rates him highly as a huge player for United’s future. But he also clearly believes in the ‘tough love’ approach towards a youngster who admits he still has much to learn.Asked if Mourinho had spoken to him to explain why he does not always start him, Rashford replied: “He doesn’t have to. When you are younger than I am and you are learning the game I think you do need it.“But my experiences from the past mean I understand that’s part of the game. There are only 11 players that can start – it’s just one of the those things.“It is something you have been through before. If it happens again you will probably deal with it better than the first time it happened to you. It is just another experience.“In football you are going to be up, you’re going to be down. The most important thing is sticking together as a squad. Everyone turns up every day for training, we all work hard, we all do the necessary things.