The Red Devils will play with Brentford in a Premier League clash on Saturday, October 7 at the Old Trafford Stadium.
United have started the season in both the Premier League and UEFA Champions League in bad form.
Rashford also has started the campaign in weak form as he only has one goal and three assists in nine matches across all competitions.
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This is a stark contrast to last season when Rashford scored 17 goals and dished out five assists in 35 Premier League matches.
Speaking ahead of the Brentford game in a press conference, Ten Hag backed Rashford to regain top form soon.
“That is, of course, the team and him,” manutd.com quoted Ten Hag as saying.
“It is both, so I am sure, that you are always not at those levels. Of course, everyone knows the quality of him, but also the opposition knows the qualities (of him).
“But Rashy is doing the right things and the team is the things right, we will put him in the right places and then it is up to him. We have seen in the last few weeks, that he is coming in the good positions, now he is struggling but this will pass because everyone knows his qualities.
“Everyone at Man United supports him and the whole team is supportive to him, believes in him. So I am sure, with that confidence and belief that the team is behind him. This will change and it will pass.”
Rashford has scored one goal and notched one assist in seven Premier League games this season.
He has also made two appearances and provided two assists in the 2023/24 UEFA Champions League.
Manchester United are currently 10th on the Premier League table with nine points after seven games.
The Red Devils are last place in Group A of the 2023/24 Champions League with zero points after two games.
Brentford have seven points from seven Premier League games this campaign and they are in 14th position.
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