We have a very important derby on Thursday and our aim now is to finish in a position that will get us to the Champions League. "I think we are going to be under pressure in every game now", he said.
"We had a hard period where the team was losing games it should have not lost and obviously you come to the situation where you play under pressure and need to find a way out".
"I think it's easy to hide behind 'oh they lack leaders but they have leaders.' You need to see behind the scenes how well the team works and how we operate, " Cech said.
"I believe I can recover very well by Thursday and should be 100 per cent for the game", said the Brazil global, whose compatriot Gabriel Jesus could enjoy his first action since suffering a broken metatarsal in February when United visit.
Pep Guardiola saw his side suffer a defeat in extra time at the hands of Arsenal in the FA Cup semi-final at Wembley.
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But considering he was playing in a Bolton team that was heading for League One at this time last year, the 21-year-old's display against City - the fourth-most potent side in the Premier League this term - once nothing short of fantastic. It is not the first time, there have been a couple of times.
Arsenal host champions Leicester City in the league on Wednesday and will be looking to reclaim sixth spot from Everton, who have played three games more. "Our target is to finish as high as possible".
With Wenger seemingly set on deploying a 3-4-3 until the end of the season, Holding included, the youngster has a fantastic chance in the coming weeks to show he must be a Gunners regular for 2017/18. "If you don't quality for the Champions League it will obviously be a big loss and a big disappointment".
But they switched off to allow Nacho Monreal to equalise and, despite City hitting the woodwork through Toure and Fernandinho, it was the Gunners who prevailed after Alexis Sanchez scrambled a 101st-minute victor.
"It's going to be really special", he said. "Obviously every FA Cup final is special in itself and it's against a team I had a huge success with and spent so many wonderful years". I will talk one day about that.