City won the Manchester derby at Old Trafford on Monday night and moved 12 points behind their rivals to put themselves in a similar position to the one they were in last season.
The Champions came from eight points adrift to secure their first Premier League title in stunning fashion on the last day of the season and it will take similar heroics to even make United sweat this time around.
United can pull further clear this weekend as they travel to Stoke City on Sunday and City have their FA Cup semi-final against Chelsea at the same time.
Valencia has admitted that United are worried about repeating what happened last season and they want to wrap up the title as soon as possible.
“We’re a little worried,” Valencia told Ecuadorian radio station Sonorama.
“Last year, we were eight points with six games to go and we lost the league. Now it is 12 points and seven games, and we don’t want it to happen again.”
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