Kelechi Iheanacho is currently on the form of his life, and the teenage sensation couldn’t help but admit it after another demolition job by Manchester City in the Premier league Saturday.
Iheanacho, 19, got a goal and an assist as Pep Guardiola’s men cruised to a resounding 4-0 defeat of Bournemouth at the Etihad Stadium on Saturday.
It was his third goal on the stretch for the Citizens and fourth in as many games for club and country.
After putting in another good shift in place of the suspended Sergio Aguero, the forward saluted his team’s commanding display against the Cherries, while admitting his game has been raised a couple bars, Goal writes.
“I’m feeling great at the moment,” Kelechi Iheanacho told Manchester City website.
“It’s been a great performance in those three games, I think I’m improving.
“I’ll keep working hard every day and every game and if I get my opportunity, I’ll take it.”
The former Fifa U17 MVP said it’s back to work for the next game against Swansea as this isn’t the time to party.
“We’ve won this game so we’ll put this behind us before focusing on Swansea,” he continued.
“We are happy we’ve got the win and it’s now time to concentrate on the games in front of us.
“I’m feeling invincible. We’ve got a 100% record and I’m happy with our performance, the team, the management, the coach and everyone.
“We’re really working hard and we’ll get there.”