Sergio Aguero insists Manchester City have developed the know-how required to be a success in the Champions League.
Despite their recent trophy-laden domestic campaigns, City have largely struggled in Europe, and are yet to reach the quarter-finals in the four years they have participated in the Champions League.
However star striker Aguero, who scored on his comeback from injury in the 4-1 defeat to Liverpool on Saturday, believes the Etihad outfit have learnt the lessons from previous campaigns.
“Since I arrived here, the draw in the Champions League has been very tough on City, and we have always drawn great teams in the group stages, teams which got to the semis or the final,” he said.
“In the last few Champions Leagues we have, maybe, not had the experience. Maybe some players did not know what it was to play in the Champions League.
“The first times were difficult, the nerves, the expectations, but now most of us have enough experience. We have very good players who are going to do a lot for us, and I think we are on the right path. There is still a lot of time to achieve things.”
City travel to last season’s runners-up, Juventus, on Wednesday night, where a win would secure top spot in Group D.