United's U18s extended the club's outstanding record in the Youth Cup two weeks ago when beating Nottingham Forest 3-1 in the final at Old Trafford. United have the Youth Cup (11) more than any other club in the competition's history.
Bennett captained United's U18s this season and he scored the final's opening goal with a strong header. Forest found an equaliser shortly after half-time in the match, but two goals from Alejandro Garnacho soon put the result beyond doubt.
Garnacho was talismanic for the U18s in their Youth Cup campaign but another player actually caught Robson's eye in the final.
“It was great to watch, I was at the game,” Robson told the Manchester Evening News.
“There were good performances from some of the young lads, who have the potential to go on and be a Man United player. I always say that in a FA Youth Cup final, whatever team, there is normally two or three players that become Premier League players.
“Hopefully that's the case for some of our young lads. I was impressed with a couple of performances. I thought Rhys Bennett was the standout player on the pitch, I thought his timing on his heading and his passing was very good.