Pep Guardiola is not fazed about his side’s hectic schedule.
The Cityzens slipped down to second in the league table after Arsenal defeated Chelsea 3-1 last night.
They are expected to regain the top spot if they manage to defeat West Ham on Wednesday.
Guardiola’s men are aiming to win the treble as they reached the finals of the FA Cup and Champions League semi-finals.
Man City have nine games remaining which could increase to 10 if they manage to beat Real Madrid in the Champions League semi-final.
Guardiola said: “I’m tired, but not in my legs like the players. There is one more month and a week for sure, we fight for two weeks more. We play this way for six or seven years, we are used to it.
“It’s not the only time we’ve play seven times in one month. It’s the best way to live. If a player is tired, then someone else plays. We are not tired, if you have positive thoughts you are not tired.
“With just six games left, we have to recover and go for it. If one player is tried then hands up and if not hands up you’re ready to play for your mates.”