Kyle Walker has urged City to remain focused, attentive and concentrated after the 1-2 victory at Fulham saw us rise to the top of the Premier League.

Pep Guardiola‘s men made it eight top-flight wins in a row with a battling victory over Fulham.

Erling Haaland opened the scoring from the penalty spot, before Carlos Vinicius levelled for the hosts.


Julian Alvarez found the top corner with a stunning strike before the interval, which ultimately proved to be the winner at Craven Cottage.

We now have ten wins and one draw in our last 11 league matches and defender Walker is keen for the great form to continue.

“It is always going to be a tough game after the emotions of Wednesday [against Arsenal].

“I think the form is so important. It has been good over the recent couple of months but we have so much football to be played and this form needs to continue.

“I know what I can do. I’ve been around the block. When I signed at Tottenham there were seven right backs in front of me so I do like a challenge.

“If the manager doesn’t think my performances are up to scratch then I shouldn’t play because we’re at a fantastic club and you know whoever comes in is going to perform.

“At other clubs it’s probably 12 or 13 players but here everyone is so good.”

Guardiola‘s side are still in contention for three trophies this campaign, currently leading the Premier League, in the final of the FA Cup and the semi-final of the UEFA Champions League.


Walker, who is excited for the final stretch of the season, has stressed the importance of not looking too far ahead.

“This is what you live for as a footballer to be competing at the highest level,” he said.

“I’m not even concentrating on the treble. It’s just the next game and getting ready to face West Ham.

“We need to get another three points at the Etihad and then move on to Leeds.”