Man City will have 'no margin for error' this season if they want to win the Premier League title again after the excellent start the top teams have made, according to Ian Wright.

The champions have started the season well with three wins, as well as four successive clean sheets in a row following the opening day defeat to Tottenham. That means they currently sit second in the Premier League table, behind Liverpool.

With all the top sides and title favourites starting the season so well, Wright believes that they've already separated themselves from the other rivals and it's now up to them not to mess up or face having a mountain to climb already.

Speaking on Premier League Productions, the former Arsenal striker said: "It looks like they've got there [top of the league] pretty early and the way they've started, if it's anything to go by, you can feel for me that if you look at Chelsea and Liverpool, you can hear Jurgen Klopp say we're not looking to pull up any trees we're just going to try and build momentum.

"You look at City now after the first loss and they've just slipped into a groove. You just feel at the moment that they're in there and it's up to them now. You cannot afford to lose games now."

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