Roberto Mancini has warned his players that he does not want to see any complacency when Manchester City visit struggling Blackburn on Monday night.
The former Inter Milan boss is keen to avoid a performance similar to the one they gave against Liverpool, which ended in a 3-0 defeat.
The Eastlands club are on course for a top-four place and a spot in the Champions League while Blackburn are in freefall after failing to win any of their last 10 league games.
Mancini said: “It has been a good week but now Manchester United are in the past. We should forget it.
“Now we need to focus only on the next four games before the final. It is impossible to think of the final at this moment.
“We have games against Blackburn and West Ham, teams fighting against relegation. These matches are very dangerous.
“If we think we can go to Blackburn and play 50% it is better we stay at home and not spend the money to go there. If we have the same focus as against United, the same concentration we will win a lot of games.
“That is important because we have lost many points in the last month. We must remember what happened at Liverpool.
“We must give 100% because Blackburn are a strong team at home and it will be a very hard game.”