Manchester City striker Sergio Aguero has insisted there is "no limit" to what he can achieve under Pep Guardiola at Manchester City after topping the club's all-time scorers list, during his side's 4-2 Champions League win over Napoli on Wednesday evening.
The 29-year-old surpassed club great Eric Brook with his beautifully taken second-half strike taking him out in front alone with 178 goals for the north west club, just over six years after making the around £32.4m switch from Atletico Madrid in 2011.
Following what seemed to be the beginning of the end of the Argentine's career at the Etihad Stadium last autumn, after being dropped for the clash against Barcelona whilst struggling to adapt to his Spanish manager's new style, the striker has hit back with a bang and confirmed himself, if he wasn't already, as a Citizens great.
Manchester City's third and Aguero's first of the evening meant the attacker had continued his fine run of form in front of goal, taking him to an average of netting once just under every 1.5 games, but the former Independiente academy graduate believes there is no need to stop now.
"There's no limit to how many I can score", the 29-year-old told The Mirror.
"Can I get to 200 soon? Maybe, I hope so. Now I think I have to play the same way because we have a lot of games until December. I just have to keep playing the same way.
"It depends on how many years City play this way and keep trying to score goals, but the most important thing is to win titles. Obviously, when I score a goal, I'm very happy but above all a player is happy if his team wins. When I don't score it is fine because the important thing is to win."
Aguero, who is under contract at the Etihad Stadium until 2020 then went onto add: "I think I am playing the best football of my career.
"This year I think we are playing very well. Is it the best City team I have played in? The other years are different because we have a different manager, different players," he added. "This year is new, new players came and we are very good. I think this squad is impressive."