Creating a class method leads to error when defining/calling object

This is reference to the 5th video in the “Classes” section of Mosh’s “Complete Python Mastery”. My code is slightly different than Mosh’s, as I kept the “MyPoint” as the class name. Mosh defines a class method “zero” to set an object for this class to have the initial parameters of (0,0). My code (below) returns an error, “AttributeError: ‘NoneType’ object has no attribute ‘draw’”. I have reviewed Mosh’s code several times and see no meaningful difference in his and mine, or any reason why mine shouldn’t work:

class MyPoint:

def zero(cls):
    cls(0, 0)

def __init__(self, x, y):
    self.x = x
    self.y = y

def draw(self):
    print(f"Point ({self.x},{self.y})")

point =

I believe you need the return keyword to return the object from your zero method. Right now it returns nothing (hence the NoneType).