Fernandes moved to Old Trafford from Sporting Lisbon in January and has impressed for the Red Devils thus far, contributing three goals and four assists in nine appearances in all competitions.
The Portuguese is yet to play alongside Rashford, though, as the England international has been on the sidelines with a back injury since January 11.
The pair could line up in the same XI this season if the 2019-20 campaign is allowed to resume, and Rashford has lavished praise on his "creative" and "forward-thinking" teammate.
"He's creative, he's forward-thinking, he always wants to play the ball forward and create opportunities," Rashford told Bleacher Report during an Instagram Live.
"It's going to be good to play with him, hopefully we can have some good times. He's got such a positive attitude, the vibe he brings to the team is just positive.
"Even when he does lose the ball or makes a mistake, he's always running, working hard to win it back and that definitely rubs off on the other players. He's had a positive impact so hopefully he carries that on."
Rashford has scored 19 times in 31 appearances for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side this term, including 14 in 22 Premier League outings, meaning that it is already his best-ever season in terms of goals. body check tags ::