Kyle Walker would never want to be in Pep Guardiola’s shoes.
The English full-back scored a goal in City’s 3-1 win over Swansea in the FA Cup.
The Cityzens have now set a record winning 15 games in a row.
“I’ve said it many times before, I would hate to be this manager because of the headache we must cause him,” said Walker.
“Every 11 that he puts out seems to put a good performance in. But it’s a good problem to have and shows the level of where this football club is moving.
“Whoever is named on the team-sheet needs to put in a good performance and put pressure on those who are starting now and hopefully give the manager something to think about.
“We want to achieve great things here and hopefully we can do.
“The level we have set ourselves this season, definitely over the last couple of months, have been extraordinarily high.
“If we were to let our standard drop, it wouldn’t be doing ourselves justice.
“Each and every game, we approach it like it’s our last. We change nothing and we do nothing different.
“The manager prepares just the same, whether it’s Swansea or Liverpool, everything is done in detail to give us as much information as he can before we go out on the field.”