City travel to Everton this evening with a chance to regain the top spot, and the Frenchman accepts that it has been an unpredictable campaign.
He told Sky Sports News: "We still have a game in hand in the league table and you don't know what's happening, it's been mad.
"Arsenal have held top position for 126 days I think. Chelsea and Liverpool have been there too, so it's been crazy. I think we have enough experience from two years ago.
"We won it on goal difference [in 2012] and we know that this kind of situation may happen [again]."
City host Aston Villa and West Ham United in their final two games.