"Impossible. Except if they sack me and after I go home. I am not going to go to Juventus in the next two seasons". I will stay two more years or more.
City enhanced their title ambitions with a rampant win over Watford at the Etihad, but it came with a slice of controversy.
City's opening goal by Raheem Sterling in their 3-1 win sparked controversy after referee Paul Tierney changed his mind about the offside call following a discussion with his assistant.
"The more complicated it is, the more I enjoy it", he said after Friday's 4-1 win over Udinese by his Serie A leader.
"Yesterday I saw at home the game between Norwich and Swansea and I was impressed with how good Swansea play against a team top of the league".
The absence of both Fernandinho and De Bruyne in midfield could present Phil Foden with a chance to start his first Premier League game of the season.
"I know (how it is) today with social media but I don't understand why the media say something". Really sorry if it is. If you want to say one day the guy on Twitter says I am going to train in the United States of America and then, after, on the pages of the newspapers I am going to train in the United States of America...what can I say?
"Imagine going to the last eight best teams in Europe it is an incredible success, I approach this competition in this way. But there is a simple solution".
A UEFA investigation launched this week into allegations City broke financial fair play rules risks the sanction of the club being banned from the Champions League for a season.
"There are other games it was the same - an offside goal and they score a goal, some games with the diving, with penalties - so the VAR is helping us".
Guardiola apologised in advance for the offside goal - and revealed the champions had voted for VAR before the season began.