Guardiola's second season in England has proved a resounding success, with City winning the EFL Cup and being on the verge of clinching the league title as well as progressing to the quarter-finals of the Champions League.
He was not happy with the display, though, saying his players "forgot to attack" and is hoping for better when they travel to relegation-threatened Stoke on Monday. "He was man-of-the-match against Manchester City and I know some clubs went to watch him in that game".
"I know everyone wants to anticipate the situations, when we will win the title".
"But the best example was two days ago".
Elyounoussi was instrumental in helping Basel qualify for the knockout stages of the Champions League by finishing runners-up to Manchester United in Group A and he impressed in both meetings against Manchester City in the round of 16. We need to be focused because Stoke away is always hard. "They are fighting to be in the Premier League".
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The Spaniard said: "I don't like to play on Monday because over the weekend everybody is involved and when the weekend is over, they are like, "the weekend is over, there are no more games", but we have to play". "That's why we have to be focused on what we have to do".
Meanwhile, Guardiola has been fined £20,000 and warned of his future conduct by the Football Association for wearing a yellow ribbon in support of jailed politicians in Catalonia. "We have one or two training sessions until the game, we are going to decide on Sunday. Fernandinho and Sterling are much better", Pep said.
"When we don't win the games, we are sleepless".
"We need all of the squad for all of the season", he added.
It was claimed earlier this week the City manager's agent Josep Maria Orobitg was due to fly to Manchester to conclude fresh terms with club owner Sheikh Mansour on behalf of his client.
The City manager's deal runs out at the end of next season and he has repeatedly refused to discuss in public whether he will extend it.