Lingard said: "I haven't seen him fazed at all. He's got a love for the game
and every day he's got a ball at his feet.
"He's still young as well so I think things are coming together for him just
right at the moment, and hopefully he can carry it on.
"Over the months he has matured a lot from making his debut to now. He's
gained a lot of experience at international level and in the Premier League and
"He's coming along nicely now but we can't forget he's only young – he's
still going to grow and he's still going to be get bigger. We'll have to wait
and see what he does after that.
"I think it (scoring) would be massive for him. His confidence is already
high anyway but if he scored on Saturday that would make him more confident.
legend v "First and foremost we've got to win the game and we'll
see what happens after that. His confidence is getting better all the time – he
scores in most of the games he plays in, or he's had a hand in the goals.
"So he's contributing well for the club and hopefully he can carry that
obra cheap Rashford is starting ahead of Rooney at Old Trafford,
although Rooney had kept the England armband after Gareth Southgate replaced Sam
Rooney has just one goal in 11 games for club and country this season and has
been dropped by United boss Jose Mourinho but Lingard believes his influence and
quality should not be underestimated.
"I think that really because (of what he's achieved) no one can say anything
(bad) about him really," said the 23-year-old.
superfly v black "He's been a top professional on and off the field
for us and we look up to him as well. He's determined to get back and hopefully
he can do that.
v black uk "I think he's very determined (to win his place back).
Even though he hasn't been playing for the club, he's still supporting us and
he's going to get back into the fold.
"He's remained captain here which is great and that will be great for his
confidence as well. I've known Wayne for a long time and he's very determined to
play. He's got a love for the game which hasn't left him.
hypervenom phontam "For the club he's a great leader for us – as
young lads we can speak to him whenever we want and he always helps the young
lads, which is good. He's been doing it now for a couple of years."
Lingard has scored in his last two appearances at Wembley, netting the winner
in United's 2-1 FA Cup final win over Crystal Palace in May and the opener in
their 2-1 Community Shield victory over Leicester in August.
England also go to Slovenia on Tuesday, and Lingard, who has played for
Southgate for the Under-21s, believes the interim boss can be a success as he
waits for a senior debut.
"I've played under the manager (Gareth Southgate) for many years and I know
what he's about and he knows what I can do," he said.
"He's very laid back and relaxed but as soon as you get on a football pitch,
he's determined to get the team right. It's up to Gareth to pick the team and
whoever impresses in training will play."