Pep Guardiola says he will give his first Premier League winner’s medal to his children while he sets his sights on more silverware with Manchester City.
The Catalan watched as his side were officially crowned champions on Sunday and immediately challenged his players to repeat their title triumph.
Guardiola is adamant he will build on the success of this season, which has seen him deliver the title and the Carabao Cup in his second year at the Etihad.
The former Barcelona and Bayern Munich manager won 21 major trophies before his move to City – and demonstrated his insatiable hunger for success by targeting more.
“Of course it (the medal) will be in the right place,” he said after the goalless draw with Huddersfield. “My daughters and son have them.
“I think all of us won’t need to see the medal to see what we’ve done.
“It was something special. During one season we won many good things.
“I’m so satisfied, but the game (today) showed me how difficult everything is.
“They came here, played defensively perfect. A lot of credit to them.
“It looks easy when you win games, but next season will be tougher. They’ll all want to beat us and we have to be focused.
“We have to understand how difficult it will be next season.”
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