Pep Guardiola is ready for the biggest game in the club’s history.
The Premier League champions will be lifting the trophy after hosting Everton on Sunday.
The squad will then get ready to face Chelsea in the UEFA Champions League final on May 29 at Estádio do Dragão.
“Eleven against 11 against Brighton is tough, 11 against 10 is difficult so we have to improve for the final,” said Man City coach Pep Guardiola.
“Unfortunately after 0-2, we conceded a goal so quick and after they push a lot, we were more tired and could not keep the ball as much as possible, we could not do it and unfortunately we lost the game – congratulations Brighton.
“On Sunday, with our people, we are going to lift the trophy. And after we are going to go for the final of the Champions League.
“I am concerned because this is the final of the Champions League, because the opponent is so tough.
“I saw incredible things today in the pitch with 11 against 10 for 80 minutes in the Premier League.
“We are fortunate to lift the (Premier League) trophy and we did it ourselves. Nobody gave us absolutely anything; nothing.
“That’s why I am so proud of the team; it means how difficult is the Premier League again, and now we’re going to prepare as best as possible for the final of the Champions League.”