I want to say thank you to the Premier League for giving me the opportunity to be here, to share with my family, living here in England.
Liverpool warmed up for this month's Champions League final against Real Madrid with goals from Salah - who won the Golden Boot as league top scorer - Dejan Lovren, Dominic Solanke and Andrew Robertson sealing a place in next season's Champions League.
"I spoke to the owners on Saturday and they asked me about the possibility to work the next season".
Most consecutive Premier League Manager of the Month awards: Guardiola equalled Conte's record of three successive manager-of-the-month awards after a ideal November and then went one better when he won the award for a fourth time in December. Achieved. Pep Guardiola also deserve some praises for his tactical approach after a disappointing debut season at the Etihad Stadium.
But this was also the season when City's goal difference was about three times the number of goals scored by Huddersfield (28), and when the runaway champions frequently came across opponents who were in damage-limitation mode from kickoff. If they can carry that momentum into the Premier League next season, Liverpool might be best placed of all the chasing pack to challenge City.
Guardiola also beat Klopp, Dyche, Crystal Palace manager Roy Hodgson, Newcastle United's Rafael Benitez and Brighton and Hove Albion boss Chris Hughton to the Premier League gong.
The season ended on an emotional note as we bid farewell to one of the greatest managers to have graced the Premier League - Arsene Wenger. Of course, always I think the records are a outcome of our game, our consistency.
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They were runaway leaders for most of the season and won the league in style, blowing teams away with their intense and expansive brand of football.
How fitting that Manchester City would finish an extraordinary season with a bang. This saw City break the record set by Sir Alex Ferguson's side when they won the 1999/00 season 18 points clear of Arsenal.
It took until the 94th minute, but a Gabriel Jesus lob in stoppage time was enough to see City reach a nice, round 100 points for the campaign - a Premier League first.
"But there's bigger competition now than ever before".
Worse was to follow for Guardiola on Merseyside, as a 3-0 first-leg defeat put the Champions League quarter-final beyond his team, who were beaten 2-1 by in the return. Find us on Facebook too!
That established a new mark for a 38-game campaign, beating the previous 31-goal record he shared with Alan Shearer, Cristiano Ronaldo and Luis Suarez.
"I am at a fantastic club - it is a family".