The England international has seen his efforts rewarded by scooping the PFA Player of the Month award, becoming the first Red Devils star since Zlatan Ibrahimovic to claim the award.
Rashford will not start for Manchester United against Fulham, though, with the 21-year-old instead having to make do with a place among the substitutes.
Romelu Lukaku will instead lead the line, despite struggling to make an impression last time he played there in the 2-2 draw with Burnley.
However, United fans fearing Rashford has an injury have nothing to fret about.
The forward is merely being rested by Solskjaer ahead of the club’s crunch Champions League showdown with PSG on Tuesday.
The Ligue 1 giants will visit Old Trafford in just three days.
And, perhaps wary of Rashford ‘burning out’, Solskjaer has decided to keep his talisman fresh for that encounter.
Meanwhile, the United star has expressed his delight in emulating Ibrahimovic by scooping the player of the month prize.
“It’s always good to pick up individual awards,” the England international said.
“But I think the way we’ve performed as a team has been very good over the last few weeks.”
When asked what pleased his most about his form, Rashford added: “I think the consistency.
“I’ve always said that’s the difference between the best players in the world and good
“In football, the fact that you can repeat it time and time again, season upon season, is the big difference between the two categories of players.
”Consistency is something you always want to improve and, for a young player, it can be difficult.
“But I think over the last two months we’ve got it right.“
United take on Fulham aiming for a repeat of what happened earlier in the season.
The Red Devils beat the Cottagers 4-1 back in December with Rashford, Lukaku, Juan Mata and Ashley Young all on target.