Pep Guardiola provides update on Man City future as he hunts down treble
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Pep Guardiola has provided an update on his Manchester City future as his team are just two wins away from winning an incredible treble.
Man City were confirmed as Premier League champions following Arsenal's shock defeat at Nottingham Forest last Saturday.
The Blues celebrated winning their third league title in a row after they beat Chelsea 1-0 at the Etihad last Sunday.
With the league title secured, Guardiola now has the chance to win the FA Cup and the Champions League to complete a famous treble.
They face Manchester United in the FA Cup final and Inter Milan in the Champions League final.
Guardiola could be tempted to leave on a high should he scoop three trophies this season, not to mention the Premier League charges looming over the club.
Speculation has been rife over his future at Man City, but the 52-year-old insists he is 'not thinking' about leaving this summer.
Guardiola, who has two years left on his current deal, said: "Right now I am not thinking about leaving, but who knows? But I am not thinking.
"I would like to continue here next season independent of the results. I would like it, but I don't know what I am going to feel, winning or losing the two chances we have ahead of us.
"My feeling is that I have a contract, and when I sign, I want to respect the club. I will stay next season while there are 115 breaches against us. Don't worry, we will be there."
Guardiola also touched on the Premier League charges as he hopes for a quick resolution. It's been suggested the case could take up to three to four years to resolve, with the Spaniard wanting the verdict to be concluded as soon as possible.
"What I would like is if the Premier League and judges could make something as soon as possible, then if we have done something wrong everybody will know it, and if we have - like we believe - as a club for many years done things in the right way then the people will stop talking about that," he added.
"We would love it tomorrow, this afternoon better than tomorrow. Hopefully they are not so busy and the judges can see both sides and decide what is the best because, in the end, I know that what we won, we won on the pitch.
"Let's have it as soon as possible for the benefit of everyone."