Manchester City have started this Premier League season in ominous form.
After spending over £150 million in the transfer window, Pep Guardiola's men were identified by many as the favourites to be crowned champions in May.
And their spending spree seems to have paid off, with the club enjoying an eight point lead at the top of the table having won 10 of their opening eleven league games.
Although a number of players have performed superbly this season, Kevin De Bruyne has been identified by most as the catalyst for Man City's success.
Even Eden Hazard confessed he has been the star man this season.
The Chesea winger claimed: "Kevin is definitely the best player in the Premier League at the moment.
"City are the best Premier League team and Kevin is an important player in Guardiola’s system."
RYAN GIGGS PICKS THE MAN CITY PLAYER HE WOULD LOVE AT MAN UNITED
But despite De Bruyne's unbelievable performances at Man City, Ryan Giggs identified another Man City star that in his belief has 'everything'.
Giggs did not even pick Sergio Aguero or Davild Silva. Instead, the man Giggs believes has everything is Man City's talented winger, Leroy Sane.
And Giggs even confessed he would love to see him in a United shirt.
Speaking ahead of England's contest with Germany at Wembley yesterday, the Welshman said: "Yeah, unfortunately he’s the wrong end of the city.
"This season, wow, it seems like he’s got everything this season.
"If you lose the ball deep, he can carry the team up the pitch.
"He picks the right cross and he’s scoring goals.
"He’s ticking every box when it comes to playing in the wide areas."
Giggs is clearly a big fan, despite the German playing for his former club's bitter rivals.
SANE CREDITS GUARDIOLA FOR HIS FORM
Sane did not enjoy the most prolific of debut campaigns in English football last season, but he has been a vital part in his side's recent success.
Despite not featuring all the time due to Guardiola's rotation policy, Sane has still notched an impressive eight goals in 17 games, and his form has seen him as a front runner for the Premier League player of the month for October.
And Sane has credited his Spanish manager for his recent from, saying: "[Pep] helped me so much. I can say he changed my game completely, I improved so much with so many issues, and he still tries to be perfect and to give me pressure. I think I need it too.
"He reminds me all the time to work more, work harder, and think about what I'm not so good at.
"We still make mistakes, lose balls in positions where you can be better, and Pep tries to improve us more and more, to give us more advice and to help us more to get our game better."