Aguero: Argentina are always dreaming of big things

The 24-year-old striker was pleased with the Albiceleste's performance in their win over Sweden and declared that the team are hopeful of reaching the greatest of heights
Sergio Aguero hopes Argentina can continue to play in the manner which saw them defeat Sweden 3-2 on Wednesday as they build towards World Cup 2014.

Alejandro Sabella's side played some wonderful attacking football and the Manchester City man declared his delight that the Albiceleste got off to a winning start in 2013.

"The most important thing was to win the first game of the year. We always dream of big things and hopefully we can continue like this," Aguero told Ole.

The 24-year-old netted a delightful lob to make it 2-1, just one minute after Jonas Olsson had cancelled out Gonzalo Higuain's opener and he admitted that he never had a second thought about lifting his shot over the keeper.

"As soon as the ball came to me, I thought of chipping it," he said.

Argentina face Venezuela and Bolivia late next month as they look to cement their place at the top of the South American World Cup qualification table.