We lock horns with Paris Saint-Germain on Wednesday having reached the Champions League semi-finals for only the second time in our history.
On a domestic setting, City also secured our first silverware of the season in Sunday’s Carabao Cup final win over Spurs and we could be crowned Premier League champions as soon as this weekend should results elsewhere work in our favour.
And while Guardiola is proud of what the players have achieved thus far, he insists there will be no let up between now and the end of the season.
The City boss also paid tribute to the phenomenal efforts put in by staff and players alike away from the pitch, which have helped us into this position in the latter stages of the season.
“We are just the face and it looks like we are responsible (but) so many people behind the scenes work hard,” he insisted ahead of Wednesday night’s Champions League clash with PSG.
“But this season is special for all of us, it makes me feel special what these players have done.
“This year is difficult for everyone, for families, for everyone. We lost family members and friends.
“But it is not finished, and we have two titles still to fight for.
“I want us to be ourselves. That is my wish, my dream for tomorrow. “
Hear the boss’ thoughts in full via the video above…