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Toure confident of City comeback

Published 07/02/2013 | 08:36

Yaya Toure is not giving up on the title race
Yaya Toure is not giving up on the title race

Manchester City talisman Yaya Toure is confident the champions can pull themselves back into the Barclays Premier League title race.

City find themselves nine points behind Manchester United at the top of the table but, after memorably recovering from an eight-point deficit to win the title last season with six matches remaining, Toure is sure there is enough time for City to turn it round again with 13 still to play.

He told the club's website, "We are further behind than we'd like, of course, but all we need to do is think about last season to know what is possible."

He went on: "My friends are all here and are happy to see me and we are like a family or brothers who will all fight together - and that is a very important thing to have.

"United have a strong squad and, on paper, they have an easier run in than we do but the title race is a long way from finished.

"It only takes a couple of results to go our way and we're right back in it - I'm sure we'll come back."

City travel to Southampton on Saturday hoping to cut the gap to seven points ahead of United's clash with Everton on Sunday.

The return of the Toures from the African Nations Cup gives City a timely lift in two areas of the field. Yaya's dynamism in midfield has been missed, particularly in the past week, while Kolo will increase defensive options.

City have been short at the back with influential captain Vincent Kompany having missed the past two games with a calf strain.

Kompany has not definitively been ruled out of the trip to St Mary's Stadium but Mancini has said it is likely the Belgian will be out until after next week's FA Cup fifth-round clash against Leeds.

Press Association

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