Joe Hart says Manchester City can still secure the Premier League title, despite dropping points at the Etihad on Saturday.
The Citizens had to settle with a point after James Milner's free-kick found the net in the dying minute, cancelling David Meyler's first-half opener for the Tigers.
The result with Hull City saw Pellegrini's men drop seven point behind table-toppers Chelsea and City's No.1 goalkeeper said are ready to fight till the end to retain the Premier League title.
"Of course, we'd have liked to have won the game [against Hull]," Hart admitted, as the club's official website quoted. "It's not a good result for us but we have to look at the positives.
"When a team manages to hold us off and then they nick a goal, it becomes a great task for us [to get back into the game].
"They played really well - they defended with their lives - but it was a great goal from Milly [to equalise] and there's a long way to go yet.
"We'll never give up," the England international added.
"Unfortunately, we've put ourselves in a position where we're going to have to come through really strongly.
"We'd have liked to be in a position where we don't have to rely on that - but we do.
"Our fans are still behind us which we appreciate and we'll go to Stoke now on Wednesday ready for a rumble."