Manchester City striker Sergio Aguero says that their away form is crucial if they are to steal the title away from neighbours Manchester United.
Aguero has been in fine form so far this season, although as a club, Manchester City haven't.
They have won all three games at the Etihad Stadium, yet have lost four games on their travels, against Cardiff, Sunderland, Chelsea and Aston Villa.
The Argentine is totally aware that the title may go down to the wire, and understands that their away form must be better if they are going to be one of the clubs to challenge for that.
"For me, Manchester City must fight all year for the title," the striker told Manchester City's official website.
"We have the squad to win the Premier League and we need to be consistent. We must try to stop making mistakes away from home because at the end of the season it could make all the difference." Aguero said.
"At the Etihad Stadium, we are doing well. We are strong but away we must improve."
Aguero has been one of the Premier League's star performers so far this season and along with Spaniard Alvaro Negredo they both have been in fine form, with the Argentine warning that there is much more to come from the strike duo.
"I think I am playing well. I've had a good start to the season. Now I have to keep it up and play all the matches like that.
"Apart from the goals, the most important thing for me is the victory. I think the majority of my goals have helped the team get three points and that's very important.
"Alvaro arrived in the summer and has adapted very well. We have developed a good partnership together quite quickly.
"We need to keep it like that and try to improve the partnership because obviously we want to do important things with this club.
"I think the whole squad is playing well. Samir (Nasri) and (David) Silva are in great form at the moment which is good because they keep the ball so well for the team and it helps the forwards."
Aguero will return to City from international duty later this week, as the team prepares to welcome Tottenham, keen to get back on track after a surprise defeat to Sunderland last weekend.
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