Pep Guardiola believes breaking Manchester United’s dominance is his toughest goal as Manchester City coach.
Even though Manchester United have not won the league since Ferguson retired in 2013, they have won major trophies.
Guardiola got City back on the track of closing that gap with a league and Carabao Cup double last season.
He told All or Nothing: Manchester City, a new Amazon documentary focused on goings on at the Etihad Stadium: “We have neighbours who, for 15 or 20 years, have always won. I think my biggest challenge as a manager is to change that.”
Guardiola got City back on top in 2017-18 having ended his debut campaign in England empty-handed.
Guardiola added: “I am going to tell you something that is absolutely true: I don’t have all the answers. Often, when I don’t know something, I act in front of the players as if I do.
“I do it so they believe I have the right answers and it gives them confidence to play.”