David Silva has warned Manchester City's top-four rivals that the Blues are only just getting started.
Roberto Mancini's men closed to within seven points of Premier League leaders Manchester United with a 1-0 win over Wigan on Saturday, while they are still in contention for Europa League and FA Cup glory this season.
And 25-year-old forward Silva is confident City are only taking the first steps in their mission to bring success to Eastlands.
"There is a lot more to come," said the Spain international.
"It is difficult because it has been a lot of people's first season here. It is hard to gel and come together as a unit in that short space of time.
"But we have proved we are becoming more of a proper side and the more we play together the better we will become."
City can momentarily forget about their pursuit of a UEFA Champions League spot as they attempt to secure a passage into the Europa League quarter-finals by beating Dynamo Kiev on Thursday.
Mancini's men will also bid to reach their first FA Cup semi-final in 30 years by overcoming Reading next Sunday.
And former Valencia man Silva sees no reason to choose which competition he would prefer to win.
"Let's hope we can get both," he said. "We are in a good league position now and still alive in the two cup competitions.
"Let's hope we can keep doing this and stay in the top four and at least guarantee the Champions League next season."