Phil Foden frustrated with lack of output in front of goal.
The England international scored his first goal of the season against Nottingham Forest last weekend.
This was his first goal of the campaign after nine matches in all competitions, a player who scored 15 goals last season.
Although he has still been picking up assists, Foden was struggling to break his duck in the last few games.
The Man City academy graduate wants to improve his output in front of goal this season.
“I’ve been on a little goal drought this year and I see myself as a goal scorer, so I’ve been a bit frustrated,” he admitted. “I try to keep making the runs and getting in the right areas. Today it came off and delighted with the finish.
“Not [goal] targets because you can put too much pressure on yourself. I see myself creating chances and scoring or assisting. I’ve not really scored this year so it’s something to improve and it’s a step in the right direction scoring today.”