Eastlands star wants to win the Premier League after spending spree and claims winning at Wembley will not be enough.
Manchester City midfielder Adam Johnson insists winning the FA Cup is not good enough for the Blues after spending so heavily last summer.
The 23-year-old admits his disappointment that the club did not launch a more successful assault on the Premier League title.
The England international will play a key part in ensuring his team get the won win from four games needed to secure Champions League football next season for the first time.
City can also win their first trophy in 35 years if they beat Stoke City in the FA Cup final at Wembley on May 14.
But, after City owner Sheikh Mansour spent more than £250 million in the transfer market, Johnson thinks that the club should have done better this season.
“I’m disappointed that we are not in there,” he said. “Personally, I think we should be and a lot of neutral people think we should be with the squad we have. But there was a couple of iffy results which we should have won.
“At the start of the season we wanted to be top two and having been in the top four all season we want to keep pushing. We might yet finish even higher than fourth. We’ve just got to keep going.
“But that result at Liverpool didn’t mean we thought Spurs could catch us. We knew we still had a few points on them and we’ve pushed that gap to seven, which is massive for us.”