"There’s no stepping back for him and he just improves all the time, and he showed it against United why many fans feel he is the best player in the world.” said the Former Manchester City's defener.
Richard Dunne says that Kevin De Bruyne is one with "bird's-eye vision" and he is the Squad's "most important player".
He has scored 60 goals and 102 assists with one FA Cup, three Carabao Cups, and two Premier League titles in 242 appearances made.
He has been playing strongly in the first half of this season.
He managed to show a great display in the match against Birmingham City as City got 3 points out of the match with a 3-0 result.
Bernardo Silva scored twice for Manchester City and Foden scored one goal in that match.
Dunne believes that he is getting better and better as time goes by. He said: “It’s like he has bird’s-eye vision stuck in his head!”
“If the Birmingham players switch off for one second, he will pick them off. The pass to Foden is incredible. It’s just a joy to watch.
“He’s still the most important player on the pitch. There’s no stepping back for him and he just improves all the time, and he showed it against United why many fans feel he is the best player in the world.”
Manchester City will face Brighton at Etihad Stadium on Wednesday and after that will focus on Crystal Palace.