City boy leading success train

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David Silva says he and Sergio Aguero will make a lethal partnership this season, as the midfielder came off another successful performance against Bolton on Sunday.

Silva netted the opening goal in City’s 3-2 win, and was particularly impressive in the first half as the Citizens reinforced their title credentials.

And the Spaniard, who signed for City last summer, says that he and Aguero will make a top class partnership, and he’s enjoying his football at the club more than ever.

“I always try to enjoy it and to keep doing my best obviously, and when you win you get even happier,” Silva said.

“Sergio’s a great player, and also for me it’s easy to play, and so when we are in a good mood, things go smoothly.

“It’s good for me, it’s true that we scored seven goals in two games, but now it’s important that we don’t concede so much.”

Gareth Barry, who also scored yesterday, was full of praise of Silva, and the star’s impact on the City squad so far this season.

"Silva has started well this season," Barry told Sky Sports.


"He played fantastic for us last year and has been fantastic again in the first couple of games this year as well.

"The manager said in the week we need to score 10 to 15 more goals than last season and we've started well with seven goals in two games. But now we need to continue that."

City are now preparing to play Tottenham on Sunday, and will be calling upon Silva to step up once more as the side travel to White Hart Lane.

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