England goalkeeper is not getting carried away after his side record an historic win over the Red Devils to give themselves a real chance of ending their long wait for silverwareJoe Hart has said Manchester City's players must keep their feet on the ground after their 1-0 victory over Manchester United in the FA Cup ensured the club's first major final since 1981.
A second-half goal from Yaya Toure was enough for Roberto Mancini’s men and when Paul Scholes was dismissed for a nasty foul, it was all but over for United.
Hart was called upon to make a number of vital saves, one from a Nani free kick in particular and, speaking to ITV, the England ‘keeper was determined to keep a cool head.
“Looking around the stadium it’s fantastic, we’ve been doing a lot of talking this season, but we’ve won nothing yet," insisted the shot stopper.
"We’re in a good position in the league and now in the FA Cup final, and I’m so happy for these fans here.”
A Michael Carrick mistake lead to the City goal which Toure made the most of and Hart was complimentary about his team-mate's input.
“He was emotional at half time and he lets that emotion show on the pitch,” said Hart.
“It means the world, just look at us - the players are over the moon.
"The fans are over the moon, the staff are over the moon, but we know nothing’s been won yet.”