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Stevan Jovetic: I know what I can do


Manchester City striker Stevan Jovetic says the Citizens will do absolutely everything to retain the title this season.

Back from injury and finally enjoying regular football, the Montenegro international scored his first Premier League brace against Liverpool.

But he still recalls last season's injury nightmare.

"Last season I had so many problems," the striker told Oslobodjenje.

"I was late into preparation and I just could not catch my teammates. And then there were all those injuries.

"Just as I recovered I would get hurt again.

"But I guess there were things that I was doing right, because the club wanted me to stay.

"They believed in me - president, manager, teammates. And it means a lot.

"They told me they want me to stay for which I'm very grateful.

"I know what I can do and how much I can give my club. So I hope to repay the trust."

Competition in England and Europe will be as fierce as ever with the 24-year-old believing Manchester United can still fight for the title despite a poor start to their season.

"Chelsea is much better than last season," added Jovetic.

"Arsenal is also excellent and believe me that United will return to the top again.

"However, we believe in our abilities and we will give our best to defend the title."

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