Former Barcelona coach conjures up the current club, where he says trust King
Pep Guardiola says it is a "dream" to have the confidence of Manchester City players after winning the 16th consecutive league.
City ruthlessly puts aside the expected title rivals Tottenham in a 4-1 win at the Union Stadium on Saturday, with Rahim Stirling on the scorers twice after the goals of Elkay Gundogan and Kevin de Bruin.
As Guardiola's side maintains an amazing momentum, the manager points to the mutual trust between his staff and his team as a key to their continued success.
Guardiola told a news conference after the game: "We think we should trust each other." "When [the players] gives their opinion, I trust them, and when I give mine, they follow us.
"This is a dream for a director.
"Winning titles is important, but what we think is the most important thing is that – with what we think is the best way to play – they have no doubts.
"This is the best gift: when you think the players are watching you."
Big sign … @Mancity has now played 5 other teams in #PL Top 6 last season, and hit them all with a total score of 15-3 pic.twitter.com/8gkJkUW0AE
Guardiola also spoke of his pride in the hard work behind the win in the city where he matched the best number of successive league victories in Barcelona and closed in game 19 A match with Bayern Munich.
"I am proud, I do not want to be humble now." "I am proud of my staff, with three teams, who were there.
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"[The coaches] Many people and players know it, we will review the game and talk with the players to see how many good things we have made and mistakes we made, and we will work.[These streaks] "It happened because I was with three amazing clubs: Barcelona, Bayern Munich and this one. All three clubs supported me and presented me with outstanding players.
"Without good players and support from the club, it is impossible to achieve this kind of thing."