Manchester City head coach Josep Guardiola praised the English midfielder of the team Rahim Sterling.
The City manager said: "I'm so glad for him, he's helped us for sure. He will fight to be better and better.
"It is important for strikers and wingers to score and make assists. He was decisive and decisive in what we've done in recent years.
"Scoring goals can give confidence for these type of guys but he has to do better, be aggressive, go one against one, arrive in the final third. This is the first step for him to come back.
"The attitude has always been good and I've always said to the players, 'make demands of yourself but don't put a lot of pressure on your shoulders'.
"In a career as a player, you cannot always be 10 out of 10. You have highs and lows. The important thing is not to get that low.
"Go on the pitch when you have the opportunity to play and do your best. That's all."