Manchester United striker Marcus Rashford will benefit from having Zlatan Ibrahimovic alongside him, manager Jose Mourinho has said.
The former Sweden international became the club's second summer signing and will be one of the oldest players at the club at the age of 34.
But the Portuguese says the two will complement each other in the United offensive department.
"34 is [Ibrahimovic's] age plus 18, Marcus Rashford," Mourinho told MUTV.
"34 plus 18 divided by two is the perfect age  for a football player.
"So our two strikers are exactly in the perfect age, because 18 is not the perfect age, 34 is not.
"So I think they can be an amazing complement for each other."