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Navas eyes Champions League draw

EYES ON THE PRIZE: Jesus Navas hopes to help City return to winning ways

EYES ON THE PRIZE: Jesus Navas hopes to help City return to winning ways

Jesus Navas hopes City can kick on, having completed their Champions League group stage journey with qualification secured.

The Blues finished second in Group C to progress, with nine points, following a 1-1 draw with Celtic.

With that target accomplished, Navas now wants to see his side achieve more, starting with a return to winning ways against Leicester on Saturday.

Reflecting on Tuesday’s clash, he declared: “We created a lot of chances and now we are through to the next round so we are very happy about that.

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“We’re looking forward to the next fixture. We’ll face every game as it comes and we have to get the three points in each match.”

City will discover their last 16 opponents on Monday, but the Spaniard insists he has no preference.

“We have to be ready - that’s the most important thing,” he added.

“We have to work well, as we are doing at the moment, and try to have a good game in the first leg.

“That would help us ahead of the second one.”

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Nolito: Rotation of Man City squad is crucial

EFFORT: Nolito tries his luck with a low drive

Manchester City’s Nolito has stated he is enjoying life under the management of Pep Guardiola.

Nolito reacts to Man City's 1-1 Champions League draw with Celtic, and Pep Guardiola's team selection.

What the Media Says

Iheanacho and Zabaleta impress against Celtic

MAIN MEN: Kelechi Iheancho and Pablo Zabaleta both impressed against Celtic.

Pep Guardiola picked an experimental line-up for Manchester City’s final Champions League Group Stage game and there’s been plenty of analysis from the nation’s journalists in the aftermath.

Praise for Kelechi Iheanacho and Pablo Zabaleta in Wednesday's media round-up.

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Champions League last 16 draw date and details

GLORIOUS SCENES: The players celebrate with the fans at the final whistle

The Champions League last 16 draw will take place on Monday 12 December, from 11am GMT, in Nyon, Switzerland.

The draw will be made from two seeding pots, one consisting of group winners, the other from runners up.