Manchester City midfielder Gareth Barry insists the club should not finish the season without winning a trophy.
Roberto Mancini's men are on the verge of losing their Premier League crown to Manchester United, having already crashed out of the Champions League at the group stage and suffered a defeat in the third round of the Capital One Cup to Aston Villa.
City still remain in with a chance of winning a trophy this season after securing a 2-1 win over Chelsea in the FA Cup semi-final at Wembley on Sunday, and will meet Wigan in the final on May 11.
"We knew this [the FA Cup] was the realistic chance of a trophy this year," Barry told reporters.
"Where the club is now, you don't really want seasons going past without winning a trophy.
"The FA Cup is a massive one. If we can win that, fantastic. Wembley is a fantastic place to come and play.
"The big players, as we have seen over the last few years, when we come to semi-finals and finals, they generally turn up and do the business. Hopefully they can continue that until the final."