No [timeframe], we work on the Bayern game, but we don't know exactly.
And he says he is impressed with job boss Eddie Howe has done in transforming them from lower-league strugglers into Premier League mainstays. "It nearly goes unnoticed that they should be a Premier League team year in, year out now".
And Lallana thinks the club's supporters could give them the edge as they go in search of their first league title in 29 years.
Both City - bidding for their fourth Premier League title and counting each point gained even more fervently - and Chelsea should be made aware that they are both Dean's favoured teams to send players for early showers out of all the 43 Premier League sides he's ever officiated. "We will know what their strengths and weaknesses are, but ultimately it is about us - the 11 players and the players on the bench who can impact the game".
"The amusing thing about that is I didn't read it, I didn't watch it and I still know it", he told a news conference on Friday. There have just been far too many setbacks for me in the last 18 months to gain any sort of rhythm, but I am feeling good now and hopefully with a little bit of luck, I can stay injury-free. "I still feel I have got a big part to play in this run-in, contributing towards the team achieving what we want to achieve".
"I got a message this week, another sign that people think I need help - I don't need help, thank you very much, I'm fine - [that] in the last 10 games, City dropped 12 points and we dropped seven".
'If we got to the semis of the Champions League again he should be available, quarter-finals maybe.
The sides have each seen nine players walk prematurely down the tunnel thanks to Dean's control of the game, nearly a fifth (18.2%) of his Premier League sendings off. "Which they always do".