Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola says his players should have done better in the final third despite his side's 3-1 away win at Swansea City.
The Citizens registered their sixth consecutive win as they continue to lead the English Premier League.
They will face second-placed Tottenham Hotspur away from home next week.
"We didn't create a lot of clear chances – we created a lot of 'almost' chances but our final pass wasn't good enough today," he explained.
"We arrived many, many times with [Kevin] De Bruyne, [David] Silva and [Ilkay] Gundogan but it was amazing that we were in that situation so often but didn't make the final pass, but then we got the penalty and then a third goal so we were able to win.
"We tried to win the game straight from the start and I thought Claudio [Bravo] was amazing in the way he mixed his passes; the short balls to the central defenders or the long balls to the strikers helped us create quick counter-attacks.
"Now we are thinking of Celtic and then it will be Tottenham and that's how we'll go forward and at the end of the season, we'll see how our levels were and whether we were better than our rivals or not."