Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola has admitted that his side are ‘fighting every day,’ to win a historic quadruple, ahead of the Citizens Champions League quarter-final second leg against Spurs tomorrow night.
The reigning Premier League Champions have already won the Carabao Cup and will face Watford in the FA Cup final next month, as well as being involved in an epic title race with Liverpool for the top flight crown.
City go into tomorrow night’s clash with Spurs at the Etihad trailing Mauricio Pochettino’s men 1-0 on aggregate, with Guardiola revealing that his side are looking forward to a fixture he describes as a ‘massive occasion’.
“There’s still everything to play for,” Guardiola told his pre-match press conference.
“We just have to get one goal and go from there. It’s still so close. At the Etihad tomorrow it’ll be a massive occasion and it’s one we’re really looking forward to.”
On a possible quadruple, he added: “We’re still on for the quadruple, that’s our dream and we have to try to achieve it. It’s definitely something we’re fighting every day for.”