That is according to former Manchester United and Stoke defender Danny Higginbotham.
Following the arrival of Alexis Sanchez at the club, Rashford has slipped down the pecking order at Old Trafford.
Sanchez is now first choice on the left wing which had been where Jose Mourinho was regularly playing Rashford.
Of Rashford’s last nine appearances in all competitions for United, only three have been starts.
And some pundits have claimed Rashford may need to consider leaving United to maintain his development.
But Higginbotham believes Rashford is better served staying at the club.
Higginbotham told Sky Sports: “I don’t think he leaves the football club, he’s still had a lot of football this season.
“I would be amazed if he left the football club.
“He’s at a great club to progress from the players that are around him.
“I don’t think there’s a necessity or a need for it. He’ll get a large amount of games so I can’t really see it.
“He came on to the scene and because he was so good everybody expected, like we do in England, to be that finished article.
“There was a big expectancy on him and now he’s having a little bit of a lull in his early development but I don’t see him moving anywhere from Manchester United.”