I'll only be satisfied if City lift the title: Zinchenko
Oleksandr Zinchenko claims his emergence this season will matter little if Manchester City do not secure the Premier League title.
The Ukrainian, a bit-part player last term, has become Pep Guardiola's first-choice left-back in recent months and featured again in Sunday's vital 1-0 win at Burnley.
The 22-year-old, who is principally an attacking midfielder, was initially seen as a temporary solution in the position after injuries to Benjamin Mendy and Fabian Delph, but he is now holding his own.
Guardiola's faith in him has been underlined by his selection for the last three crucial Premier League games against Tottenham, Manchester United and the Clarets despite Mendy's return.
City needed to win all three - and did - to return to the top of the table above Liverpool and remain in control of the title race.
"It will only be a fantastic season for me if we win the title," said Zinchenko, who has remarkably won all 20 Premier League games in which he has played since December 2017. "In this case everyone has to take responsibility, and everyone is ready to.
"You can see how tough it was (on Sunday) but the important thing is that we have three massive points."
City overcame another tough obstacle at Turf Moor, finally wearing down a spirited Burnley side to prevail courtesy of a scrambled Sergio Aguero strike that only crossed the line by millimetres in the 63rd minute.
Zinchenko felt it was a hard-earned victory.
He said: "We should have started like we did in the second half from the beginning.
"We had to try to play quicker, not take that extra touch, and just show our desire to win the game. You can see that we did it."