A round up of news stories this morning about Manchester City.
James Milner has backed Manchester City to win everything this season.
The England midfielder says the side can pull off a quadruple despite falling behind in the Premier League and failing to register a win in the Champions League.
“Winning two trophies last year was great, but doing that is a habit clubs get into. That's what we need to start doing - winning year on year and hopefully we can do that - we want to get to that stage again where we are in the hunt for all four,” he told the Star.
Robbie Savage has questioned Manuel Pellegrini’s recent decision to leave out England goalkeeper Joe Hart.
Hart was left out of the team to face Hull City last weekend but returned in the draw against Roma.
“Hart’s recent treatment by manager Manuel Pellegrini baffles me - it sets a dangerous precedent when you leave out your first-choice keeper for Premier League away games when he has been playing out of his skin,” wrote Savage in the Mirror.
Manchester City captain Vincent Kompany says he’s not concerned by the lead Chelsea have developed at the top of the table.
The Blues currently sit three points clear and have a five point cushion over the current champions.
“I can't really say that personally I'm looking too much at Chelsea - Last year Arsenal were leading by six or seven points in February and it ended up being between Liverpool and us,” he’s quoted by the Mirror.