Man City must win trophies next season - Sterling
Manchester City midfielder Raheem Sterling said all the pieces were in place for a title run.
City, who last won the title in 2014 and finished 15 points behind champions Chelsea last season, have added goalkeeper Ederson for a reported £34.7 million ($44.92 million), midfielder Bernardo Silva for £43 million and defender Kyle Walker for £50 million.
Sterling said all the pieces were in place for a title run.
"We need to be winning trophies; we need to be getting that Premier League title back," the 22-year-old told the club's website.
"For me, that's the most important thing for next year – to be the best team in England and we've already made some fantastic signings this summer that will only strengthen an already strong squad."
City will begin their pre-season campaign against Manchester United in the United States on Thursday in the International Champions Cup.
"We've made sure we put the work in during the off period – our runs and our exercises – to come back ready for pre-season and we've been working hard all last week," Sterling said.
"We want to be firing from the first minute. Pre-season will be tough but we're really looking forward to it, especially playing Man United in the States.
"It will be an amazing experience and as always, a tough game against them."
City will also face Spanish champions Real Madrid and last season's Premier League runners-up Tottenham Hotspur on their US tour.