Champions League: Guardiola reveals Manchester City's next target

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Manchester City celebrated their domestic treble with an open-top bus parade on Monday (May 20), drawing an estimated 100,000 fans to the streets of the city centre.

City are the first team in English history to complete the domestic treble of the Premier League, FA Cup and League Cup.

Manchester City lifted the Premier League trophy for a second consecutive year, after beating Liverpool narrowly in the title race.

City also picked up the Community Shield prior to the season's beginning which the club have counted in their end of season trophy haul. "Now is time for good dinners and good wine. We are happy to be in the conversation but we should just enjoy the moment because it doesn't happen very often".

'I think he was a bit edgy because he could tell I wanted to stick the lips on him, so he was edging over towards his door - but he was dead nice, ' Hilton said. He is coming back in the future in some way.

Fans are taken through each game, into the dressing room and given all the best reaction from the squad and manager as well as a final goodbye to skipper Vincent Kompany.

Vincent Kompany says he knew his time at Manchester City was over when he scored the spectacular victor against Leicester on 6 May.

Although plans for a statue to Kompany are still to be confirmed, City have plans to make a "lasting tribute" to their most successful ever captain.

"I've given everything I could for this club. Against the odds, you have always backed me and inspired me to never give up". This is the way I want to leave. "I have given everything".

Kompany finished his speech by declaring City were the "best club in the world" regardless of European success.

"His spirit has been incredible; he was so important for us in the final weeks of this season", Guardiola said.

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