Sergio Aguero has admitted that he is finally coming to terms with working under thepicky�demands of new managerPepGuardiola.
Aguerohas started the season on fire under theformerBarcelonamanager, scoring 11 goals in 8 matches.
Asked about the influence and demands of the manager and how his role differs to former Argentina boss Tata Martino, the striker told Argentine paper Ole: He wants me right as a nine, but then he gives me more freedom too. He asks me to move all around the attack.
On the other hand, Tata wanted me between the two defenders, to create more space for Leo Messi, Di Maria or Pastore or Banega. Pep is different.�
The 28-year-oldscored in Pep's first official match of the season during a 2-1 win over Sunderland.
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Talking further of the managers influence, he added: Pep is very picky about everything. It's good. The good thing is that I'm getting used to him and automatically going straight in to pressing the centre-backs.
On the other hand, here at the national team I did it against Peru, and I realised I left the midfield unprotected."
Aguero recently faced a 3 match ban after an incident with West Ham's Winston Reid, missing important clashes with rivals Manchester United.
He is currently away with the national side where he and the team will be hoping to beat Paraguay on Wednesday, before travelling back to Manchester for a Premier League clash with Everton on Saturday 15 October.