Guardiola: If players think the job is done, they will not play

The Spaniard’s side are flying across all competitions with 20 straight wins, but he remains vigilant about any potential complacency
No English team had ever won 20 straight matches before Manchester City’s current run, but Pep Guardiola has warned there is still work left to be done.

The manager said his players are able to perform better than they have in recent weeks and “can’t relax” even as they sit 12 points clear atop the domestic table ahead of Tuesday’s game against Wolves.

Manchester City’s objectives have broadened from merely claiming the Premier League to possibly winning the quadruple, an accomplishment that would require unwavering excellence for three more months.