"It feels that we are only halfway up our Everest", the billionaire said as he reflected on the past decade and, spelling out his vision for the future, declared that there was "much more to win".
"I felt like I won most of my duels and I was communicating well with the rest of the team".
"There's a lot of nice strikers and midfield players and the season will be judged on 11 months, not just on three weeks or one month". Something that I'd never seen before. In the past, some of my trainers had focused more on attack, others more on defence - but he covers the whole pitch.
He added: "I hope you have enjoyed these last 10 years and I promise the next 10 will be no less exciting".
"Our aim is obviously to build on the achievements of the a year ago. e will always strive for more". So, yes, I've improved in that sense.
Spurs have come close to realising their long-term goal of winning the title in recent seasons but they always fall short at the final hurdle.
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On the third and fourth place will be Manchester United and Chelsea.
"Then there's Tottenham who play really good football, I think they'll be in the running".
The Spaniard currently has two years remaining on his contract and is happy but has now hinted that he may be looking to head back home once this expires.
Despite showing no signs of slowing down in the Premier League, the former Spanish global only has two more seasons left on his contract at the Etihad, and admits he isn't sure of what his next move will be, despite the constant links with a return to his hometown club, Las Palmas.
"We [Sane and Guardiola] both know what I have to do".
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