File photo of Pep Guardiola. Photograph:( Reuters )
Man City are currently second in the Premier League table, four points behind league leaders Liverpool.
Manchester City coach Pep Guardiola said that his side might need to win all of their remaining Premier League games if they are to successfully retain the title.
"I don't know what we should do to win the title. I'm pretty sure we will have to win a lot of tough games and tomorrow is the first one so with that I am agreeing," said Guardiola in a press conference.
"They (Liverpool) are not going to drop too many points in the Premier League so they are going to demand to be there and all that we can do is be there," he added.
Guardiola believes that due to massive competition, 90 above league points are needed to win the title.
Man City are currently second in the Premier League table, four points behind league leaders Liverpool, but could close to within a single point if they beat Newcastle on Tuesday.
"I don't know what they (Liverpool) think. I'm not in the locker room with Jurgen Klopp and I think he's not going to invite me to be there so really, I don't know. All we can do is win our games and they feel that Manchester City is always there, is always there."
"It's all that we can do for ourselves and of course to let them feel that we are there. So I think it's normal," he concluded.