Phil Foden said the manner of execution of City’s fine 4-0 win over Watford was the standard we should aspire to for the remainder of the season.

Pep Guardiola’s side bounced back in emphatic fashion from last weekend’s FA Cup semi-final loss to overwhelm Watford with Raheem Sterling scoring twice, Foden himself adding a third and Aymeric Laporte also on the scoresheet.

With a crunch Champions League last 16 decider against Real Madrid looming after Sunday’s league finale against Norwich, Foden said City needed to maintain those high standards.

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“We tried to be positive and we looked back to ourselves,” said the 20-year-old.

“Everyone in the attacking area wants to score and get assists. Everyone is pushing each other for starting places.

“Now I think it’s important we play well and perform well against Norwich (ahead of Madrid)."

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