0:52 The FA Cup is not a priority for Manchester CIty - but their players and fans are split on what should be, Danny Mills told The Debate The FA Cup is not a priority for Manchester CIty - but their players and fans are split on what should be, Danny Mills told The Debate
Winning the FA Cup is "not really on" Manchester City's radar with fans and players split on what is their priority, Danny Mills says.
City travel to Swansea as they continue their search for their first FA Cup triumph under Pep Guardiola on Saturday, having already won the Carabao Cup, leading the Premier League and facing Tottenham in the quarter-finals of the Champions League.
But Mills told The Debate the tournament will have no bearing on the quality of the club's season, and explained why City fans would still prefer to retain the Premier League title over a Champions League win - even if their players feel differently.
He said: "I think for Pep, it's difficult. The FA Cup is not really on his radar. If City were to win the FA Cup and the League Cup and nothing else, it would be considered a failure with the squad they've got and how good they were last season.
City have already lifted the Carabao Cup this season.
"That sounds ridiculous; you win two trophies and it's been a poor season. But I think the fans would go with the league, they want to retain that - they still haven't fallen in love with the Champions League because of the issues with financial fair play and the amount of players