Though Manuel Pellegrini's men maintained their bid 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 has warned his team-mates that they cannot afford to get carried away after beating Manchester United on Wednesday.
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."