The French midfielder is delighted that his side have reached the knockout stages for the first time but says that they will not be satisfied until they push even further
Manuel Pellegrini's men booked their place in the last 16 on Tuesday with a 5-2 victory over CSKA Moscow, going through alongside Group D leaders and defending champions Bayern Munich.
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"It's a big achievement for the club because this is the first time we've gone beyond the group stages," the France international told the press, "but there is still a long way to go.
"A club like Manchester City isn't just going to be happy reaching the last 16. We want to get as far as we possibly can in this competition.
"As a team we've progressed and, even if the past two seasons have been tough and we've had difficult groups, if we work as a team, we have time to get better and better because the next round isn't until February.
"There are some important teams in Europe but I think we have a strong squad and we'll see where we can go in this Champions League."