The club have already secured the Capital One Cup and the Chilean has urged his side to recapture the form they showed at the start of the year in order to catch ChelseaManchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini insists he is under no extra pressure to win the Premier League this season.
City were dumped out of the FA Cup by Wigan Athletic last Sunday and had their Champions League campaign ended by Barcelona on Wednesday evening.
And the Chilean maintains his side much recapture the form they showed at the start of the year as they attempt to overturn a nine-point gap on Premier League leaders Chelsea, who have played three more games.
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“We won the Capital One Cup and the pressure in the FA Cup and the Premier League were exactly the same. Now, the pressure to win the Premier League is exactly the same.
“I hope that we will recover our performances from when we played one month ago.
“I think the last month we felt a little bit the 18 games we played in two months previously. That is the cost of being in all competitions.
“If we want to have a chance of fighting for the title, we must recover the way we were playing one month ago.”
Asked if he was concerned about Chelsea’s advantage in the table ahead of City’s trip to Hull City on Saturday, Pellegrini replied: “Concern? No. Of course it is better if we had already played those three games in hand and won. Chelsea have done that, so we must do it in the future.”