Vincent Kompany believes Manchester City are capable of winning all of their remaining games this season.
Roberto Mancini's side are currently three points clear at the top of the Barclays Premier League, having lost only two of their 22 fixtures this term.
They have, however, struggled for form in recent weeks, and were knocked out of both the FA Cup and Carling Cup during January.
City, though, are still setting the pace in the race for the title, and will be boosted by the return of Kompany for Tuesday night's encounter with Everton.
The City skipper has been sidelined for the last four games, having been sent off somewhat controversially during the FA Cup defeat to Manchester United.
His return will no doubt serve as a huge fillip for City as they look to land a first league crown since 1968, and Kompany says they have what it takes to finish the job with a flourish.
“There is a belief in the team that we can become even stronger towards the end of the season and that's very important,” he told the official Manchester City website.
“From now until the end of the campaign is when you need to show your real strength, both physically and mentally.
“We are set up quite nicely for the finish and we're sure we're going to get even stronger in the weeks to come.”
“I don't see why we can’t win all of our remaining games,” he added.
“Right now, it's going to be about constancy and if we just keep doing what we're doing and don't get side-tracked with all the talk in the newspapers and suchlike, teams will find it hard to beat us."