Despite urging Raheem Sterling to ignore comparisons to Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo, Pep Guardiola wants the forward aiming high.
Raheem Sterling has been in fine form for Manchester City and England but Pep Guardiola does not want to get carried away with his praise.
Raheem Sterling was the star of the show in England's 5-3 defeat of Kosovo, with Gareth Southgate hailing the forward's continued rise.
England's Raheem Sterling is one of the form men in world football but says he cannot yet compare to Lionel Messi or Cristiano Ronaldo.
England manager Gareth Southgate heaped praise on in-form star Raheem Sterling following Tuesday's performance against Kosovo.
England fell behind in the opening minute but came back to defeat Kosovo in an eight-goal thriller at St Mary's Stadium.
England were sluggish at times in their Euro 2020 qualifier against Bulgaria, but Gareth Southgate does not put that down to complacency.
Harry Kane's hat-trick helped England make it three wins from three at the start of Euro 2020 qualifying.
Sergio Aguero scored twice, with Raheem Sterling also again on target, as Manchester City climbed to second by beating Bournemouth.
Raheem Sterling's desire to be better is behind the level he has reached at Manchester City, according to Pep Guardiola.