The Belgian midfield maestro produced another man-of-the-match display and scored a wonder goal to help City secure a fine 2-0 win away at Leicester City.
It was the Club's 16th consecutive win in all competitions – a new club record – and was also City's 10th straight win in the Premier League and a seventh straight successive victory away from home.
And De Bruyne says City are determined to try and maintain those impeccable standards.
"We feel confident in the way we are playing. We want to win every game," said Kevin.
"It's a tough process because we have a busy schedule but we're doing really well.
"We didn't create too many chances but the goal before half-time helped us.
"The second goal helped us because obviously, we have a two-goal advantage and then we were able to play our game because they then have to come at us a little more.
"We are able to pass the ball around. We could have scored more but we did very well. They had very few chances. It was a good game for everyone."
The only downside to a fine all-round performance at the King Power Stadium was the hamstring injury that saw John Stones depart midway through the first-half.
"It was a shame John Stones had to go out but Eliaquim Mangala came in and did well," De Bruyne added.
"It was Vincent Kompany's first game back and he did his job perfectly."