Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola has said his side must move on after their 0-0 barren draw with Southampton.
The current League champions are facing a crucial eight days of away matches as they look to establish their trophy winning credentials this season.
Guardiola’s side take on Chelsea on Saturday, Paris Saint-Germain in the Champions League the following Tuesday, and then Liverpool at Anfield a few days later on Sunday.
Before then is the Carabao Cup clash against Wycombe this midweek.
“Now we are going to play the Carabao Cup,” he said, per the club website.
“We are going to see how many people recover for the next days because we are in difficult conditions right now but we will go there to London, Paris and Liverpool to do good games absolutely.
“Football depends a lot on how well we do our process in the build-up and when that happens the strikers play better, our wingers play better and our attacking midfielders play better.
“Against Southampton we struggled a little bit for that. They know it exactly. Sometimes the opponent plays well and If you analyse why we didn’t create chances against Southampton, it was for that reason.”