Manchester City responded well with their 4-1 victory over Wolves after Pep Guardiola warned his squad that anything less than perfect focus would see them dropped.
is full of praise for whatManchester City
have done so far and calls it more than remarkable.
4-1 on Tuesday to move 15 points clear in the Premier League beforeManchester United
play on Wednesday. It was City's 21st win in a row in all competitions.
"I felt this morning that we were together and we were ready to try again,"
Guardiola told Match of the Day.
"It’s a short calendar this season. We didn’t have one long week - there are so many games and playing Wolves with their physicality and mentality; I’m more than pleased with what we’ve done so far and we can enjoy tonight, rest and prepare for the next one.
"It was well deserved - we played really good. The games are tight and, in the last minutes, we won the game comfortably.
"The record we will talk about in the future. In wintertime in England, it’s hell and, in that time, we did something incredible. It’s more than remarkable.
"The players have all my compliments but Liverpool have the crown. To win the Premier League we need those points."
The manager told BT Sport that he thought his side was "fantastic" but would keep their focus on Manchester United - their opponent scheduled for Sunday.
"There are 33 points to play [for],"
. "Tomorrow our opponents will play, we have one or two days off and prepare for Manchester United at home."