Manchester City beat Aston Villa with a 3-0 score and Raheem Sterling scored in the match.
Sterling has scored 13 goals in 14 games for Pep Guardiola's champions this season.
Therefore, his teammate Ilkay Gundogan has ranked him in the top five attackers in the world.
“I think he made a big step forward,” said Gundogan, scorer of City's third goal.
“The way he is now on match days, with his mentality, with his aggressiveness, with and without the ball, it is crucial for us. We need this kind of players, game-changing players. At the moment, he is probably the one player that can change everything for us and we want to help him keep going like that, scoring and scoring.
“I feel at the moment, there are no limits for him. It's about us to help him to achieve all his targets and try to get out the best possible Raheem Sterling in the next few months.
“I think he is among the best five attacking players in the world right now. It's all about consistency. As of now, he has shown in the last year-and-a-half that he's able to be that consistent. If he continues like that, he can be on the top.”