Jesus has spoken of his frustrations at Man City.
Gabriel Jesus can't wait to be a regular starter for Manchester City but he knows he still has Sergio Aguero in his way.
The Brazil striker joined the Premier League champions from Palmeiras in January 2017 and has been really impressive since his move to the Etihad.
However, the talented 22-year-old, who found the net during the Citizens' midweek EFL Cup triumph at Preston North End, seems to be growing impatient with his current position at the club but understands it's Aguero‘s form that is the reason why he is not playing as much.
"I'm over the 'I have to wait' phase. I've been here for almost three years, it's my fourth season, and that makes me want to play more," he told Esporte Interativo.
"Obviously it's very hard to compete for a place with Aguero, the biggest legend of this club, although it's good for the team - he plays well when in the team and I do the same.
"I do understand Pep's decisions and respect Sergio, his history here and what he's doing now.
"People say that I'm a sub in a negative way but they forget I'm not on the bench due to bad performances.
"It's because Aguero has been superb. I've learnt not how to wait but how to understand this situation."