Pep Guardiola admits he could become tired of winning at Manchester City.
Guardiola hopes to see out the new three-year contract he signed in the summer and remain at City longer than he has managed any other club.
He walked away from his beloved Barcelona in 2012 because he grew tired and he says he would speak to the City board if he lost his mojo again.
“Football trainers, always we are in a dangerous position,” said the Blues boss.
“But the family is happy living in Manchester, my experiences of the Premier League are good. I have a young team and I am comfortable working with them.
“But football, when you feel you are tired and the players don’t follow you, even if I have the contract, I will speak with the people about it and we are going to find a solution. But I’ll do my best to stay this time together.”
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Guardiola claims his continued reign at the Etihad is also dependent on him winning more trophies.
“When we decided to extend the contract, first of all I am comfortable and second, the club trust what we are doing,” he said.
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“Khaldoon [Al Mubarak], Txiki [Begiristain] and Ferran [Soriano] know it depends on results. We have three more years contract, but the results will dictate what will happen in the future.
“If we are not able to be consistent and be there to win the title. That’s the most important thing to arrive in April and May and be there for the title.”