"We have thrown away two games against Arsenal this season, but we are still in a strong position and the league starts now because we have 14 games to play and we have a six-point lead. We don't have to play Arsenal again, so the only two major games we have against the top four are against Chelsea and Liverpool.
"The other three still have to play each other anyway, and Chelsea at Arsenal won't be easy. So if we win 12 games, we think we will win the league. But you have to be careful with every game, and I'm echoing what I said after the Arsenal game – there are no more warnings now. It is down to the pure nitty-gritty, and the only way we're going to do it is by saying 'this game is going to be won' and then we can move onto the next one."
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"The points are important. Clearly, we would prefer to be six points in front rather than three or four. But we cannot afford to rely on it and we must not be satisfied. We want more and we need more. Once we start to lose focus and concentrate on what other teams are doing, that is when we will start to make more mistakes. At the moment, the title is between us and Chelsea. But we must not forget we are in a very difficult league.
"Teams like Arsenal, Liverpool, Tottenham and others are perfectly capable of interfering in one way or another. If you want to become champions, you cannot afford to make mistakes like we did last season. When you make huge mistakes like that you pay a very high price indeed. We need to consider that result but we don't want to spend too much time dwelling on it, we want to think about the things we are doing right and emphasise how well we have been playing."