Date: 20th March 2015 at 4:25pm
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Midfielder Fernando has said it’s all or nothing for Manchester City this season as we go into the game against West Brom on the back of another year of Champions League disappointment.

Speaking to the Official Site knowing that our only hope for success this season now rests with the Premier League itself, he explained that he was hoping for another performance like the first game against them this season back in December.

‘We played very well that day but they have changed their coach since that game and they have improved a lot so it won`t be the same as last time. I enjoyed that game because I scored my first goal, but I can still give the team a lot more because I don`t think I`ve been anywhere near my best this season.’

Fernando goes on to say that he feels fans will see the best of him next season when he’s had a full year of City life under his belt, because by then he should be fully adjusted to the league and know football in this country a lot better than he currently does.

Going back to the previous encounter, he talks more about his overhead kick.

‘I have scored better goals than that! I have a specific job in the team so goals are not necessarily what is expected of me, but I hope to chip in with a few more next year.’

As for the remaining games left this season, he adds that the only way we can put pressure on Chelsea now is by winning all of our remaining games and that has to begin this weekend given the points we have dropped in recent weeks.

‘Only by winning each week can we create pressure on them – every time we drop points we are making it easy for them so now, with only the Premier League to think about, we have to go for it and try and win all our remaining matches. It won`t be easy bit we can do it if we focus and play to our optimum levels.’

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