City 'keeper not getting carried away.
Manchester City goalkeeper Joe Hart
has reminded his team-mates that there is still work to be done if they want to win a trophy this season.
City edged ever closer to FA Cup glory with a 1-0 victory over Manchester United in Saturday's Semi-Final at Wembley, simultaneously ending their rivals' treble bid for the season.
The goalkeeper, who made a series of important saves throughout the clash, was understandably delighted with the result but knows the job is not yet complete.
"It's fantastic," he said. "We have been doing a lot of talking this season, myself included, but we've done nothing yet.
"But we're in a good position in the league and to be into The Final is fantastic and I'm just so happy for the fans.
"This means the world. Look at us, the fans, players and staff are over the moon. But nothing has been done yet."
Yaya Toure scored the only goal of the game, sliding a cool finish under Edwin van der Sar in the 52nd minute.
And Hart added: "He's fantastic. He was fired up at half time. He is an emotional player and he lets his emotion show on the pitch rather than in anger."