David Silva is positively looking ahead of this weekend’s Manchester derby clash billed for the Old Trafford.
The Spaniard has told anyone that cares to listen that he and his teammates won’t park the bus at Old Trafford but will rather go for the kill as they look to sustain their perfect start to the season.
He told Spain’s Cope radio station: “We’ve started the season very well and it should be a great game. But we won’t be playing for a draw.
“We will go out to win the match. It’s a ground where in the last few years things have gone okay for us.
“We know they are a very difficult rival – but we won’t settle for a draw.”
Both City and United have made 100 percent starts to the season – but that record will come to an end for at least one of them on Saturday.
City have lost only once in their last five Premier League visits to Old Trafford – winning on three of those occasions, including the famous 6-1 victory in 2011.