Pep not satisfied despite his teams streak of wins


Pep not satisfied despite his teams streak of wins

Guardiola's City has won their last 12 league matches and hold a ten-point advantage over their local rivals Manchester United but is still not satisfied yet.

Manchester City travels to the Emirates on Sunday with a 24-match unbeaten run since they lost to Tottenham on November 21. Ahead of the game against the Gunners, Guardiola has stated that his side can be beaten.

The Spaniard said: 'Every single game I play, every single game, I think we can be beaten if we don't do what we have to do.

'To play every game, just to get another good performance and three more points and victories, that helps us to get confidence and believe we can do it again and again.

'I don't feel satisfied, not fully accomplished. To say it's enough. I still feel we have a margin to improve. And do it again. And this is the most difficult thing.'

'I will not deny that is a good run, good distance, but I cannot deny also, higher, bigger, stronger, that there is 42 (points) to play for, and when there is 42 to play, with ten in front - that is not much.

'Ten points is much, 42 to go, it isn't. Drop two results, you can be caught up, so be calm and think of the next one. This is best.'

Guardiola goes against his old assistant-manager in City's clash against Arsenal.In his pre-match press conference, he said Arteta's side was better than the 10th place position they currently occupy in the standings.

City welcomed back Kevin De Bruyne for the victory at Everton in midweek, while they will make late checks on top goalscorer Ilkay Gundogan's groin injury before the game

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