The defender says his team need to be more clinical if they are to turn results around with the team now on a run of six games without a victory
Pep Guardiola’s men made an impressive start to the season but the Spaniard is now enduring the longest barren run of his managerial career following a 1-0 defeat to local rivals Manchester United in the EFL Cup on Wednesday.
Nevertheless, Clichy sees no reason for concern just yet and feels they are on the right path.
“At the moment we are not getting what we deserve,” the left-back told the club’s official website.
“Lately, the results and the points are not on board. We have to keep working and we are sure we are going to get there.
“If we are a bit more clinical playing forward and more compact as a team, maybe we can do better.
“Like I said, we are doing well apart from the results but we just need to work a little bit and I am sure we will get there.”