Manchester City star Jack Grealish believes there was an overreaction to Manchester City’s recent dip in form.
Manchester City suffered rare back-to-back defeats to Southampton and Manchester United before beating Tottenham Hotspur 4-2 on Thursday night.
“It’s probably overreacting,” said Grealish of critics of City’s form. “Since I’ve been here, I don’t think we’ve lost two games on the spin (before), from what I can remember.
“Obviously, we lost against Southampton and United, but we responded in the perfect way – especially in the second half.
“We just need to carry on this good form now and concentrate on ourselves, take each game at a time and fingers crossed for Sunday.”
“We just need to keep playing our own football, keep winning games,” said Grealish.
“We’re not thinking about any other teams at the moment. It’s just down to us and we can only concentrate on us.
“We’re enjoying it, we’re enjoying each other’s company – training together every day and what we need to do now is get back on a winning streak.
“We did it last season around December/January time so hopefully we can do that again.”