City won the League Cup for a fourth progressive year and joint record eighth time altogether with a 1-0 success over Tottenham at Wembley on Sunday, which came kindness of Aymeric Laporte's late header.
Guardiola's side don't get a lot of time to luxuriate in their most recent magnificence, however, as they meet Paris St Germain in the Champions League semi-last first leg on Wednesday, while Manchester United's draw with Leeds on Sunday drew them nearer to another alliance title.
"We will rest and plan for the semi-last first leg against PSG. From that point forward, we are two matches from dominating the main title. "The Premier League is the main title, the one I am pleased with the most. In this insane timetable, between the games against PSG, we'll attempt to win the first against Crystal Palace.
"We won the first, we are near a subsequent one and we go to Paris to go after another."
Guardiola caused a stir with a solid group choice that included Kevin De Bruyne, who has recently recuperated from a lower leg injury. Be that as it may, the Spaniard would not like to face any challenges against Spurs having been beaten in a weekend ago's FA Cup semi-last.
"We can't deny one eye is consistently in the Champions League," Guardiola added. "We are in the semi-last for just the subsequent time, consistently one eye on that.
"However, when we showed up at the last, and after what occurred against Chelsea, we thought the most ideal approach to show up for it.
"Individuals said you picked a solid group yet I don't accept that – individuals on the seat could play consummately. At the point when I play finals my first idea is the folks on the seat. "We treat each game appropriately, else it is difficult to win four Carabao Cups in succession."
While City appreciated the customary taste of achievement, it was likewise a natural sensation of rout on the enormous stage for Spurs, whose 13-year prize dry spell proceeds.
They were second best against City and lost a third progressive significant last after routs in the 2015 League Cup last and 2019 Champions League last.
Break supervisor Ryan Mason played in that 2015 misfortune for Spurs, yet ended up driving his childhood club out as director subsequent to steering in the wake of Jose Mourinho's firing on Monday. What's more, he says another last loss isn't simpler to take for his gathering of players.
"Torment. It harms. I've been sitting in there as a player, I've played for this football club and lost a last, I understand what it resembles," said Mason.
"I realize that feeling. It's typical that they're harming. It's ordinary, since it shows that they give it a second thought.
"Also, this gathering of players care profoundly about this football club. I think we saw that today, they gave totally everything, 100% responsibility. We attempted, we attempted, it wasn't sufficient today, that is hard to take.
"City are an extraordinary side, an inconceivable group yet I think our gathering of players gave everything with what they have needed to manage in seven days, the absence of arrangement yet they gave everything, totally everything. That is something to be glad for.
"I think when you lose a cup last, it's disillusioning. We're all stinging. I'm, the players are and I'm certain the fans are and everybody related with the football club. It's hard to take. Clearly it's my work, a mentor's responsibility to begin giving the players a stage and begin getting ready, begin arranging."
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