City are all but out of contention to win the Barclays Premier League but have a firm grip on second place and could be tempted to ease up before facing Wigan at Wembley next month.
But aside from the fact the runners-up spot is not guaranteed, City feel they have standards to maintain and having finally hit top form, they do not want to let up.
City are back in Premier League action three days after their energy-sapping cup semi-final win over Chelsea as they host relegation-threatened Wigan in a final dress rehearsal at the Etihad Stadium tomorrow.
Platt said: "Rather than dramatising the situation, it is about finishing the season as strongly as we can do.
"You would probably put money on us finishing second now and hopefully we will win the FA Cup.
"But we still have to play a good team and anything can happen in the final.
"We have our own expectations and our own expectations are very high."