Despite a poor season so far, City cannot afford to feel sorry for themselves as they still have to secure a Champions League spot.
And Sagna has moved to state that the Citizens are intent on achieving a top four finish by ending the campaign on a strong note.
Sagna told the Manchester Evening News: "I think we've dropped many points this year. But in some of the games we were maybe unlucky and we had them in position, but we couldn't score and it's not easy to play in front of a wall.
"Everyone looks forward in the same direction, we want to be successful as a team, and the coach and the staff and everyone is part of the team. We are doing out best to get back to a winning team and to finish the season well."