Manchester City's Samir Nasri: 'I'm playing at my best'

City striker Sergio Aguero celebrates a goal against Chelsea with Samir Nasri on April 14, 2013
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Samir Nasri insists that he is in "great" form following his goal against Chelsea in Manchester City's FA Cup semi-final victory.

Manchester City midfielder Samir Nasri believes that he is on top form for the final stretch of the season following an inconsistent start.

City manager Roberto Mancini has publicly aired his frustrations at the former Arsenal star, who left the Emirates Stadium for the North West outfit in 2011.

Following a poor spell, Nasri managed to push City into the final of the FA Cup with a goal in their 2-1 victory over Chelsea at Wembley yesterday.

"Now I am playing really well, really great," Sky Sports News quotes Nasri as saying. "I am full of confidence. I wish I was like this since the start of the season but I had a couple of injuries which stopped me.

"I try to do my best for the team and we are going to fight until the end for the league and we want to win the FA Cup. It is the right moment."

While City could end their season with silverware, they are expected to hand over the Premier League title to fierce rivals Manchester United due to their 15-point gap from the top.

Roberto Mancini and first-team coach David Platt on the touchline
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