Pep Guardiola’s side will try to win the Carabao Cup for a fourth consecutive season on Sunday.
Ruben Dias considers the Carabao Cup confrontation with Tottenham only the first of several “finals” for Manchester city before the end of the season.
City travel to Wembley on Sunday with the aim of winning the League Cup for a fourth consecutive season.
It could be the first of the club’s three pieces of silverware this quarter as they also move closer to the Premier League title and prepare for the Champions League semi-finals.
Until last week City were even in contention for four trophies, but their bid for an all-time quadruple ended with their FA Cup semi-final loss to Chelsea.
“We start the season with the opportunity to win everything and the more you can push to the end the better you do,” said defender Dias.
“Obviously we weren’t happy with the FA Cup semi-final, but we just have to hang on and keep moving forward because we are still in three competitions.
“It was a big blow for us, but it’s only football, it’s like that. You win or you lose and, because we’ve been so good so far, now it’s all in the final. match is a final. “
Sunday’s centerpiece is followed by the Champions League semi-final first leg against Paris St Germain in the French capital.
City, who need a maximum of eight points to win their third domestic league title in four years, will then travel to Crystal Palace next Saturday. They currently have an 11-point lead at the top of the table, although they have played one game more than second-placed Manchester United.
Dias, who has enjoyed an outstanding first season at the Etihad Stadium since signing his club record of £ 64.3million last year, says it’s important not to look too far ahead.
The Portuguese international said: “Obviously we have an idea of the standings, but our main objective is to win the next and the next. Final after final.
“When we had two more games and we had a bigger gap, we knew it, but we knew we had the games ahead and we never got ahead. down to earth, like now. “