Manchester City goalkeeper Joe Hart has urged his side to 'get their heads together' and try to be 'a million percent better' in order to reclaim the Premier League title this season.
Manchester City goalkeeper Joe Hart has urged his side to ‘get their heads together’ and try to be ‘a million percent better’ in order to reclaim the Premier League title this season.
Demanding more consistency from his side, the 28-year-old insisted that his side need to start performing properly again.
Hart believes that City are in good place at the moment, saying that there are many more matches to come ahead, the Daily Express reported.
City failed to produce their best performance in recent times as they needed a late goal to beat struggling Norwich at home, then lost at Aston Villa last month and subsequently suffered a 4-1 defeat at home to Liverpool.
Reflecting on the absence of Vincent Kompany, the goalkeeper insisted that winning a match was a team effort and that remaining players would try their best to bring City in a better place.
City are currently third in league standings and will take on second placed Arsenal on Tuesday.