Rashford was heavily criticised by the fans for the poor finishing and positioning before the last worldwide break but he has since redeemed himself.
"I don't know, he's in for a scan and then we'll have to see".
The 19-year-old had started in both the Europa League and Carabao Cup but, after impressing in those competitions, he was given his first league start against Brighton.
Solskjaer said: "You know these six weeks or whatever it has been since the worldwide break when we started against Liverpool, we've had five wins and a defeat after the Liverpool game".
Alongside Williams, the young trio of Marcus Rashford, Anthony Martial and Daniel James were all hugely impressive in the win, and Solskjaer claimed that his faith in young players certainly paid off against Brighton.
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"I mean I like him, I do think he plays the game really well but I think he has been overhyped just a little bit".
The fact that there is so much interest in him shows that he has that special something about him and Liverpool should absolutely try to secure his services.
"These are young boys, there are going to be ups and downs", said Solskjaer. "He's making it hard to leave him out".
Having been helped off the pitch after treatment, he was taken down the tunnel on a stretcher after several minutes of attention in the technical area.
"I've had one and I was out for eight weeks". But then again sometimes you're back in two weeks, so I don't know. "It looked painful, Scotty's not one for rolling around".
"He's good", Bent said of McTominay during an interview with Football Insider.