Pep would rather win the Premier League than the Champions League

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Diving head-first into hyperbole with the distinct title of "All or Nothing", the series promises the delve behind the scenes of one of the Premier League's top clubs as they work their way to their fifth title as champions of England's top division.

In truth the Blues blitzed the opposition with fierce rivals Manchester United their nearest challengers some 19 points behind.

But he says he will only sign "one or two" players as even Manchester City do not have the funds to invest '£300m every season'.

Pep Guardiola has said that he would rather win the Premier League again next season than the Champions League.

Guardiola's side also finished with a record number of goals scored in a season by one team and the record for the total amount of wins in a season.

"Premier League. No doubt", he said.

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Whether the series focuses on just the Premier League or takes into account City's more unsuccessful Champions League and FA Cup campaigns, remains to be seen.

"I think it is too early to call them a great team but they have produced many great things this season". It gives you the consistency to arrive at the right moment.

It would be a big mistake tor Man City to be focusing on it, of course it will be a target, of course we will fight. "It will be a huge mistake to think: "OK now we have the Premier League, we are now going to go for the Champions League instead".

Guardiola was a double victor at the League Managers' Association awards night - and dedicated his success to Sir Alex Ferguson.

"These two managers have been at Real Madrid and Barcelona and both won leagues there", he told The Daily Mail.

"But if Jose was to win the league next year you could actually argue Jose has done the better job".