Watford (United Kingdom): Manuel Pellegrini sent a warning out to the Premier League that Manchester City are ready to hit top gear in the title race after ending their away-day misery at Watford.
Manuel Pellegrini. Pic/AFP
Yaya Toure and Sergio Aguero earned a 2-1 comeback win on Saturday as Manchester City won on the road for the first time since September 12.
Despite their travel sickness, Pellegrini's side remain just three points off leaders Arsenal.
And the Manchester City manager said: "We are returning to our form by recovering important players and once they are 100 per cent fit the team will improve every game.
City's Yaya Toure celebrates a goal with Aleksandar Kolarov on Saturday. Pic/Getty Images
"We are thinking of going game by game but when you win a game like we did here there is a lot of trust in the team. We never gave up. It was important to win after six games with the way we had been playing before. I've always said this team has character and will never give up. It was a tough game against a good team that is in a good moment. We can move on from here."
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