Though Manuel Pellegrini's men kept on pace to win the Premier League after their 3-0 victory over Manchester United, the defender is wary of thinking that the job is doneManchester City captain Vincent Kompany warns that they cannot afford to get carried away after beating Manchester United and let their concentration slip in the race for the Premier League title.
Tuesday's comfortable 3-0 victory at Old Trafford saw City close the gap on leaders Chelsea to three points, with Manuel Pellegrini's men boasting two games in hand.
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Pellegrini's charges face Arsenal on Saturday and the Belgium defender expects another strong display to maintain their five-game unbeaten run in the league.
"It's just one little step [beating United]," Kompany told Sky Sports after the victory. "The other teams are still very good.
"I mean, games have to be played. As long as we don't have the points, I don't consider ourselves there yet.
"With the game against Arsenal, obviously it's good in a way because you don't have to make a big effort to get the lads focused again."