Manchester City forward Raheem Sterling has set his sights on a third Premier League title despite the fact that a second league title is not in the bag.
In his recent interview via Goal, the former Liverpool attacker revealed that there’s no reason his Manchester City side can’t go for a third successive Premier League title.
Sterling and Manchester City are seeking a second straight title in the Premier League ahead of the final game of the season.
Manchester City are in a two-way battle for the league title with Champions League finalists and they are in the driving seat.
The Citizens have won their last 13 games in the Premier League to overhaul a seven-point deficit against Liverpool.
Manchester City will need to win a 14th league game in a row to be assured of retaining their league title.
They face a Brighton side already sure of their place in the Premier League next season away from home and will need to win to ensure that the result from the Liverpool-Wolverhampton Wanderers is academic.
Raheem Sterling has been a big part of the successes achieved by Manchester City on the pitch especially in the Premier League after netting 17 goals and also contributing 12 assists in 33 league games.