Centre-back Eric Bailly, who has not played for United for almost six months due to a knee injury, will miss the Wolves game, but could be in the squad for the English Premier League clash against Liverpool on Monday morning (Singapore time).
Rashford started on the bench in one of three United changes, came on as a second half substitute but was forced off after less than 15 minutes on the field.
"I'm going to give them a few days off, so I don't know where they'll all scatter around but we'll stay in Europe", he said. As stated on the Premier League's official website: "Any goal scored or created with the use of the hand or arm will be disallowed this season even if it is accidental".
"Yes it backfired. You got to take them once in a while", the Norwegian admitted. That's the core of what the team is going to be moving forward, for me. Juan Mata is different class.
But Ole Gunnar Solskjaer confirmed those plans have now been shelved in the wake of the United States' assassination of Iran's top general Qassem Soleimani.
Mata's chipped effort was enough to send United to the fourth round of the FA Cup, which Solskjaer has said United need to go all out for this season due to their inconsistent league form. "It didn't help", Solskjaer said.
"Good couple of days".
A central defender should be high on Ed Woodward's shopping list, and a central midfielder surely needs to be on there too.
"It's been five games we haven't beaten Wolves". We showed that we can compete against every good team.
But Solskjaer explained that the note was mostly to do with his side veering out of shape throughout the clash. "The difficulty in January is that he's unlikely to want to leave mid season, but we should certainly be looking at him in the summer".
Speaking ahead of United's FA Cup third-round replay at home to Wolverhampton Wanderers tomorrow morning (Singapore time), Solskjaer said: "I think Mason will have a top career and a long career, let the boy settle in now, before we talk about England or the Euros".
Manchester United have historically been one of the FA Cup's most successful sides.