"The initial thing is a shock to the players but we're here to represent Manchester City Football Club and we're professional people - a new manager's here and we'll keep giving 100% as a whole team. There's no unrest at all."
And Barry felt that his new manager's target of securing a Champions League place was not unrealistic.
"Top four is going to be a really hard task but it's a target that we can achieve," said the England player. "We know that we need to improve to get there but we've got the squad.
"If we can get our injured players back and stay injury-free for the rest of the season, then I don't see why not."
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