I'm sure you will disagree with that verdict if you are a Manchester City fan, as Pep Guardiola's side have been outstanding champions and fully deserve the plaudits coming their way. It is a pleasure to have the ability to work right here, ' Guardiola informed City's official website.
"Then we'll try to come back stronger than this season", added the 47-year-old Spaniard. "But, I repeat, that will depend on the decisions of Napoli as the player is tied for another two years".
Talks between Guardiola and the club regarding an extension have been ongoing for a number of months, with City keen to continue their project under the former Barcelona boss.
And the City boss, who was on £15m-a-year under his original deal, has seen that figure rocket, making him the highest-paid boss in the Premier League and Europe.
While they couldn't end the season undefeated, their side is now widely regarded as one of the finest in Premier League history due to the fact that they broke umpteen records all the while playing some breathtaking football.
"In his two seasons with us, he has fostered an incredible spirit within the squad and significantly contributed to our progress both on and off the field".
"We can not invest - people don't believe me, but we don't have the money for £300m every season", he said.
'Now we have all been privileged to witness how now we have performed stunning soccer, gained titles, damaged information and reached the unbelievable mark of 100 Premier League factors.
2013 - Signs three-year contract with Bayern Munich until 2016.
But after last season, the City manager conceded: "Last season has helped us to understand a lot of things so that we apply this season".
In the top six of the Premier League table, Manchester City earned £149.44 million, United earned £149.77 million, Tottenham £144.45 million, Liverpool £145.90 million, Chelsea £141.71 million and Arsenal £142.04 million.