Despite crashing out of the FA Cup, Manchester City are still in contention for the Champions League, and are leading the Premier League by a point over Liverpool.
However, any chances of a treble were quashed on Saturday as rivals Liverpool sealed a 3-2 victory at Wembley to knock City out of the FA Cup.
Jurgen Klopp's side raced to a 3-0 lead in the first half, before City responded with two goals after the break.
Jack Grealish scored two minutes into the second half, before Bernardo Silva cut the lead to just one goal in injury time.
However, Liverpool held on to book their spot in the final against either Crystal Palace or Chelsea.
With the business end of the season now fast approaching, City are now able to focus solely on retaining their Premier League title and pursuing a first European title.
A semi-final clash against Real Madrid stands between them and a successive Champions League final, and Grealish insists the FA Cup disappointment won't derail their push for silverware.
"I'm not going sit here and say excuses. I just think we came out slow. That was it.
"Liverpool have been the same as us, they've travelled the same amount as us in the last few weeks, played the same as us.
"We didn't have the first half that we wanted to but we came in at half-time and manager made a few changes. I think we were much better for it but I think in the end it was too little, too late.
"Our performances, the competitions we are in and where we are in the league speak for themselves.
"We just have to pick ourselves up, go again and hopefully by the end of the season we'll have (won) the Premier League and the Champions League."
Grealish also added that despite failing to beat Liverpool twice this week, City's dressing room remains the best in the league in terms of talent and experience.
"You just go in there and look at the talent and the experience that we have in that dressing room - I don't think anyone else in the league has a dressing room like it."
City's Premier League defence continues midweek, when they face a visit from Brighton on Wednesday evening.