Manchester United star wants to win 'every trophy' in 2018-19

Manchester City locks up Premier League crown after Man United loss

City though have never successfully defended a league title and Kompany is hoping he can help build a dynasty at the Etihad.

The London Evening Standard reports that Chelsea won the title in 2005 with a tally of 95 points - City need just three wins from their last five games to beat that record.

Only in the last 10 days, as they lost to United and were knocked out of the Champions League quarter-finals by Liverpool, had City's quality been called into question.

The Citizens were undoubtedly the best team in the league this season as they romped to glory although fans of the club may wish to get in a new visual effects person at the club after they released an incredibly cringeworthy video.

You have to try to be more consistent next season.

Manchester City has followed its historic spend on team building with an epochal performance on the field.

"We're looking forward to the celebrations, but first we have five important games to play and we want to win them all".

City manager Pep Guardiola might have missed one of the proudest moments of his career, however, after admitting on Saturday that he had a round of golf booked with his son and was not planning to watch United's game. "Our City. Premier League Champions 17/18".

Aguero added: 'It's been a pleasure to play with this team and be part of everything we've achieved this season.

Manchester City midfielder Kevin De Bruyne on Twitter: Unbelievable season for us. The club has recorded an unassailable 87 points in 33 games so far. "It needs to be a number of years before we can be regarded as one of the top teams ever to have played in the league". It is unbelievable to see how he influenced Man City in the Premier League like he did in Munich with Bayern. Were the susceptible to losing their heads, after losing a lead to both Liverpool and Manchester United, and seeing their exit from the Champions League seemingly decided by a quick flurry of goals?

Guardiola and his players will have the chance to celebrate properly on Sunday when they host Swansea in their next fixture.

He dislikes media conferences as it is, but being continually asked about his City future - which will no doubt be the case until he makes his mind up - will hardly make them more appealing.

Kompany has already called on City to "unlock their full potential" and be successful for years to come following confirmation of their title.



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