Pep Guardiola admitted he was delighted to see another record tumble when Leroy Sane scored Manchester City's 157th goal of the campaign against Manchester United.
It was a strike which set a new top-flight English record - no side has ever scored more goals in a single season - with Sane's strike allowing Guardiola's side to eclipse the previous record set by Manuel Pellegrini's squad in 2013-14.
And Guardiola says it's further evidence of City's attacking quality and respect for beautiful football.
“I love to score a lot of goals,” he told journalists before Sunday’s trip to Burnley.
“I want to attack every game and respect this amazing game.
“We don't score a lot of set pieces because we are a small team, but I am very pleased. The top two (scoring teams) is Manchester City.
"Manuel Pellegrini’s team is the other one. I like that. It makes our game attractive.”
Speaking in Friday's pre-match press conference, the boss also provided a fitness update ahead of the trip to Turf Moor.
Watch the video above to see what he had to say.
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