The Premier League title race this season may be one of the most keenly contested in recent times as teams continue to breathe down each other's neck for the top position.
"It's a big strength for us that anyone can score the goals, and we have that hunger", he said.
Belgium global De Bruyne was ruled out with another knee injury, but that had little impact as City blew poor Saints away, Aguero taking his tally to 150 goals in 217 league appearances, while the excellent Sterling got himself a brace.
In isolation getting well beaten at the Etihad Stadium is nothing to be desperately ashamed of, even if going down so heavily isn't ideal for a team short in confidence and buoyed recently by good defensive displays and clean sheets.
"The first season, he was scared".
"Thank you so much to make me feel at home in your country here and in Manchester".
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"He is more mature now than he was when we first met at the club". I have the feeling he is now enjoying scoring goals and making assists and be important in winning games. He believes more in himself. "He is 23 and he can be a better player".
"He is sharp, fast, clever, fighting, ambitious and he's decisive".
Sterling combination play with Sergio Aguero and David Silva caught the eye as Southampton simply could not deal with City's flamboyant front line as they took their total goal tally for the season up to 33.
"Still hes loses simple balls, like the Tottenham game when he made an incredible assist in the first few minutes but then lost a lot of balls".
The win means they hold a two-point lead at the top of the table on 29 points, with Liverpool and Chelsea, who beat Crystal Palace on Sunday, both on 27. "I am convinced that the way we play, the players we have and the determination we show, things will start to turn around".