Manchester City's Kolo Toure insists their weekend win over league leaders Chelsea will count for nothing unless they can beat Bolton.
Mark Hughes' side snapped an unwanted string of draws last time out following an impressive 2-1 success over Carlo Ancelotti's charges at the City of Manchester Stadium.
City's title challenge had been faltering badly recently after failing to claim victories from winning positions, however, they bucked that trend against Chelsea.
Next up for City are Premier League strugglers Bolton and Toure knows that nothing less than a three-point haul will do for Hughes' title hopefuls.
"We have to make sure we build on the result from Saturday," explained Toure.
"It is no good beating Chelsea with all the emotion that entailed and then coming home from Bolton with nothing.
"We have shown in the last few days that perhaps we have started to heed some of the lessons from drawing some games that we should have won.
"Now instead of wondering which way our season might go, we are into the mid part of December with a semi-final place booked and just one defeat all season.
"We have had wins over two very good teams and people talking about us as contenders again."