It was quite a season for Raheem Sterling.
The England winger made 33 Premier League appearances for Manchester City, scoring seven goals and registering eight assists.
His improvement under Pep Guardiola was clear. He looked more confident in his ability to beat players and more likely to make goals for his teammates.
He created 46 chances in Premier League games and had a pass completion rate of 80 per cent.
Since his arrival from Liverpool in the summer of 2015, Sterling has scored 21 goals in all competitions – a fine record for a wide player whose main concern is creating for others.
In the video above, we take a closer look at his highlights, including goals, assists and key passes from his stellar 2016/17 season.