Rashford talks about his campaign for child food poverty.
says that the campaign has just started and their goal is to let no child suffer from food poverty.
“We are at the beginning of what I see as a long journey,”
Rashford said in an interview on www.footballwriters.co.uk
“I am definitely not at the stage of relief yet, I feel that there is a lot more which needs to be done and a lot more steps which need to be taken forward.
“On the positive side we have started to take a few steps in the right direction, but for me now just because we have done that (it) is not about just sitting back now and being happy with what we have done.
“It is about what is next in the chapter of these children’s lives.”
“That is a big issue for me and my team who are working on it – the numbers who still don’t have the support they need
“We know we have managed to reach a lot more people that weren’t getting reached, but there are still people out there who are really struggling.
“If we can make a five or 10 per cent difference to every single one of their lives, then it puts everyone at a good baseline and then we can start to work on foundations for the future.
“But until everyone is on the same playing field, it is difficult to start jumping ahead and asking for things that are necessary, but the timing would be wrong.
“We need to make sure everyone is on the same level first and then we can start to improve that level until they are where they belong.”