Manchester City's 'unplayable' attack is best in the world, claims Wigan boss Roberto Martinez

The Latics manager takes his side to the Etihad Stadium on Saturday, and believes that his team are facing an almost unstoppable force after watching them put five past Tottenham

Roberto Martinez believes his Wigan side are up against the best attacking force in world football when they face Manchester City this weekend.

His team travel to City on Saturday afternoon to take on a side that have won all three of their Premier League games this season, with their last result being a 5-1 thrashing of Tottenham at White Hart Lane in which striker Edin Dzeko scored four times.

"That team is now near enough unplayable when they go forward. They were a joy to watch against Spurs," Martinez told The Sun.

The Latics are currently unbeaten so far this season and find themselves in eighth position in the Premier League, but Martinez feels his team are up against possibly the best attack in the game.

"It's as good as it gets in world football, never mind in the Premier League," he said.