Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola has suggested that the famous "Fergie time" is something his team have now acquired.
Scoring winning goals late in games was something Manchester United became known for under legendary former manager Sir Alex Ferguson, so much so that injury time was dubbed "Fergie time" in Red Devils matches.
City have shown a similar resilience under Guardiola this season, as they did in their 2-1 win over West Ham United in a Premier League clash on the weekend.
Their Spanish manager is happy to have "Fergie time" on his side now, suggesting it is important for his team to fight until the last second of every game.
"I heard about the Fergie time," Guardiola said, according to The Independent.
"I was not here in that period but, of course, you have to have that.
"At the end, what we have shown in the last games is we never give up.
"If we can take something about the Fergie time, it is welcome, a pleasure."
The Citizens are currently eight points clear of the Red Devils at the top of the Premier League table.
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