Dean Henderson is bang on the money about the prediction he made for revitalised Manchester United teammate Marcus Rashford.
Having missed a penalty during the heart-breaking defeat to Italy in the Euro 2020 final, the 23-year-old academy graduate underwent surgery on a troublesome shoulder problem this summer.
He is now back in training ahead of a return to domestic and European action and United have already been told that they stand to inadvertently benefit from the decision.
Despite not turning 24 until the end of this month, Rashford has played 271 matches for the Old Trafford giants and has been capped 46 times by the Three Lions.
Now able to recover from that wear and tear, the claim Henderson made about his teammate has been underlined by ex-United frontman Webber.
Speaking to the official MUFC website, Henderson said: “I think he got thrown in at a young age and he didn’t really get a break mentally to switch off. I think it’s given him time to do this. He will be hungrier than ever to get back out there and play again.
“I do honestly think, sometimes, that a break is great. It’s helped me this summer and I’m sure it’s helped him. I think he’ll come back better than ever.
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“For him to come back, he looks back to his best and I’m really excited to see him out there.”
On the same platform, Webber added: “Hopefully when he comes back he’ll be refreshed and he’ll be ready to go, because he’s played a lot of football over the last couple of years, Marcus.
“He needed that break. I know it came in the wrong way, by him getting injured, but he needed that break. He’ll be fresh, he’ll be revitalised and ready to go again.”