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Best to come from Aguero - Kompany

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Manchester City captain Vincent Kompany has warned opponents that Argentinian star Sergio Aguero has not yet hit his best form.

Aguero has made a big impact at the Etihad Stadium since his £38million club record move from Atletico Madrid, scoring 13 goals in 19 appearances. The 23-year-old underlined his class with a technically brilliant opener in the Barclays Premier League leaders' 5-1 thrashing of Norwich on Saturday but Kompany thinks there is much more to come.

The Belgian said: "If you look at what has happened naturally for all the strikers here, we have only seen the best of Mario (Balotelli) this year, and only seen the best of Edin (Dzeko) this year. It's the same with David Silva, so it might be next year that we see the real Sergio. Maybe he has got another level on him."

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