The Red Devils ace has netted 15 league goals this season which has helped the club into the Champions League spots.
Rashford, 25, netted his most recent goal last night – a crucial one against Brentford in his club’s 1-0 win.
The next most prolific player in the squad is Bruno Fernandes, 28, with five goals.
Rashford has netted an impressive 36 per cent of Man United’s 42 league goals this season.
The Old Trafford side are the lowest scorers in the division’s top nine clubs, showing just how important the forward’s contribution is.
However, his influence is not the biggest in the Premier League as there are three players who are more important to their teams.
The next most important player to his team is Brentford’s Ivan Toney.
The English striker, 27, has fired in 37 per cent of the Bees’ goals in the league this season.
His contribution has the club challenging for a European qualification spot.
Man City’s goal machine Erling Haaland, 22, is the second most important striker to his team in the Premier League.
The Norwegian has been in immense form this season, scoring a massive 28 goals in 26 league games.
This equates to 39 per cent of Man City’s goals in the division.
Despite, Haaland’s prolific form, Tottenham star Harry Kane, 29. is the most important striker in the league.