The swaggering manner of their performances suggests City are back to their best after tamely surrendering the title to Chelsea last season.
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Manchester City winger Jesus Navas has warned the Premier League pacesetters not to get complacent after their blistering start to the season.Manuel Pellegrini's side have surged to top of the table with three wins from their opening three matches and the swaggering manner of their performances suggests City are back to their best after tamely surrendering the title to Chelsea last season.Like City, Liverpool, who host West Ham Saturday, were disappointing last season as they followed a second place finish in 2013-14 by slipping down to sixth.But, while City have recaptured the enterprising style that made them champions two years ago, Liverpool have focused on solidifying a defense that proved so porous over the last 12 months.The early signs are promising for boss Brendan Rodgers as new full-backs Nathaniel Clyne and Joe Gomez have helped third-placed Liverpool keep three consecutive clean sheets and take seven points from a possible nine.
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