The reigning champions dropped to fourth on the Premier League table in the wake of Monday night's 2-1 loss at Crystal Palace which has put their title hopes in tatters.
But Sagna was not too disheartened as City look ahead to the remaining seven fixtures of the season where they hope to rediscover their best.
"We know it's going to be seven finals now to the end of the season," he told Sky Sports.
"That was the first won, we lost, we didn't take three points and it's quite disappointing because we had the chances to score.
"We created some good chances but unfortunately we conceded some goals. At the end of the day we lost.
"We are just focusing on our team to get back to the way we want to play. We just want to focus on the team and not think about other teams."
City have lost three of their past six league outings which has seen them drop nine points champions-elect Chelsea who still have a game in hand.