Mason Greenwood has revealed he aims to break records for both Manchester United and England.
The 18-year-old has developed into a key player under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer after successfully graduating through the club’s academy.
Greenwood‘s impressive form has not gone unnoticed and the youngster received his first call-up to the senior England team for their fixtures against Iceland and Denmark.
Premier League record goalscorer Alan Shearer and Manchester United’s top goalscorer Wayne Rooney are just two of many former players to have heaped praise on Greenwood who says he aims to break records for both club and country.
“Any young player would want to break records,” he said at England’s pre-match press conference. “If you didn’t, there is something wrong.
“It’s always nice to have visions and goals you set in your footballing career.
“That’s one that any England forward has, to go out there, do your best, break records and be remembered forever.”
One of Greenwood’s biggest weapons is his ability on both feet and the youngster revealed it did not come naturally but as a result of hard work during his youth career.
He added: “When I was younger, I put a lot of practice into both feet really and it stayed with me naturally now.
“I’m glad I did it at such a young age because it benefits me in my game today.
“I’m just so glad I did it.”