Manchester City captain Vincent Kompany says there's plenty of room for improvement within the squad.

City have swept almost all before them on the domestic front and are five points clear at the top of the table having scored a remarkable 48 goals in 14 games.

They have only dropped points twice, being forced to settle for draws at Fulham and Liverpool, but Kompany claims the team are still to hit their stride.

He said: "With us still learning to know each other better - and we are still a little bit behind on certain things - and learning a different style to what we played last year, there is still a lot to come from our team.

"The most important thing to stress is that we just stay calm.

"There is no reason to get carried away - it's a long season.

"This team is not just a load of great players. We are in this position because we have great spirit and a willingness to not get beat, and that is important."