Published: Sun, April 16, 2017
Sport | By Scott Davis

Pep Guardiola: 'Sergio Aguero now more involved in games'

Pep Guardiola: 'Sergio Aguero now more involved in games'

Southampton welcome Manchester City to St. Mary's this weekend, as the away side look to get their league form back on track as the race for the top four hots up.

Manchester City are now fourth in the Premier League but are on course to finish in the top four, despite the challenges from Manchester United and Arsenal.

"We had that in the Monaco game and we can not forget how good they are after what they did (winning) in Dortmund".

"But it is not just the quality, it is the mentality and the presence to play at that level".

"But of course they are a good team".

"It is how they play in big situations".

"After that we have time to think about what is best for the next season".

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"I've said at the end of the season we'll decide [on players' futures]".

"We are far away", he said.

Manchester City will be short on the injured İlkay Gündoğan, Gabriel Jesus, and Bacary Sagna, but should otherwise have a full-strength team available. The Argentine star is a favorite of the light blue fans and they will be hoping that Guardiola can persuade him to stay a few more years yet at the Etihad.

City were noticeably more solid at the back in their 3-0 win, something you've not often been able to say about them this season.

Bravo returned for the Hull game after eight Premier League games on the bench but was criticised for allowing the Tigers to score a late consolation from the only shot they had on target.

"But now he is involved in the game". Not just the defensive part - he's helped us a lot - but he is doing all he can do to create chances.

"[His attitude] was always good, from the beginning". We had no complaints.

Like in weeks past, us at ManCitySquare chose to continue our Combined Best XI idea for this week's match.

And victory at St Mary's on Saturday would certainly improve their chances of securing Champions League qualification next season, although Claude Puel's Saints have been much-improved in recent weeks.

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