The Argentina forward is excited about the greater understanding now developing between his team-mates and claims he will not dwell on his historic last-minute winner against QPR
Roberto Mancini's side got their season off to a positive start with a 3-2 victory over Chelsea in the Community Shield and the 24-year old hopes that they can begin the top flight fixture list in similar fashion.
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Aguero went on to claim that City are only getting better due to the increased understanding developing between the club's players on the pitch.
"We've made a nice start and this week we have our first game," Aguero told The Sun.
"We've started off a step above the others and I hope to God we can make it stay like that. We have a phenomenal team and we are really starting to understand each other well.
"We'll try to start like last season and do things well. I pray we can do it again. I'm not going to say it’s going to be easy but we have the team to do it."
The former Atletico Madrid man made an instant impact after arriving in England last summer, notching 30 goals in his debut season.
That tally included the strike that dramatically crowned City champions, but Aguero, while acknowledging the importance of the goal, was keen to focus on the club's next trophy.
"I understood the next day what I had done against QPR," he added. "But that's gone now and I hope City can win more."