I feel what I feel, and in the Premier League, there are some special things, but the pitch is the same. What I believe is good and will be good.

The Premier League is so difficult.

That unpredictable game here in England, that makes it so fascinating for the fans, because you never know what will happen.

I need time, but as soon as possible, we are going to try to create team spirit. That is the most important thing. After that, you can create tactics, but we have to create something special with ourselves.

To score four times against an Italian team when you trail 2-0 is a big deal.

Creating something new is the difficult part. To make it and build it and get everyone to follow? Amazing.

Will I be a success? I don't know.

As time goes by, people get to know you better. They pose problems for you, and you have to come up with solutions.

There are footballers who are very good playing on the outside but don't know what to do inside. Then there are players who are very good inside but don't have the physique, the legs, to go outside.

When Klopp speaks about his football being heavy metal, I understand completely. It is so aggressive. For the fans, it is really good.

If you want to win, you have to beat the big teams in Europe, and Juventus are awesome.

At the end of the day, it's my players play against their players, and the end of the day, that's what's important.

I proved myself in Barcelona, and after I proved myself in Germany, I wanted to prove myself in England.

We have to cut out some of our mistakes, but the main thing in English football is controlling the second ball. Without that, you cannot survive.

The people say I have to change? Well, the people have to tell me what I should do to change.

It is one of the best clubs in the world by far. I'm loving Manchester City.

You hear all these people saying, 'Oh, Pep, what a good manager he is.' Forget about it. Cruyff was the best, by far.

I don't like it when a player says, 'I like freedom; I want to play for myself.' Because the player has to understand he is part of a team with 10 other players. If everyone wants to be a jazz musician, it will be chaos. They will not be a team, and nothing will be possible.

I don't want players who don't want to stay.

It's natural for players to be relaxed, so you have to be there to say, 'You have to do it again and again and again.'

All the managers in the world, it doesn't matter how good you are, if your players don't understand what you are looking for or what you want, it makes no sense.

I enjoy every day in Manchester. I am confident we can make a step forward to make people proud of us.

I am grateful to be here, and I will always be grateful for the opportunity Manchester City gave me.

At Barcelona, I had the best players ever, and they helped me to be a successful manager.

I want to win. I want to play serious. I want to be effective.

In some times of the game, you have to be more simple.

If I believed in it, and it wasn't productive for the team, I wouldn't do it.

I started playing football young, and my career was on the pitch.

In Barcelona, Bayern Munich, in Spain and Germany we were able to do it. But people say, 'You only did it because you were in Barcelona and Bayern Munich. You will not be able to do it in England.' So, let's do it. We are going to try.

I have a lot of respect for the careers of the players. They are with us, they are with me, and I treat them like professionals.

I know the people expect the best - good. The people expect we'll play fantastic football and win games - good. I can't control that. I accept that, and I just focus on my players in the games.

People usually think that it is the coach who has to raise the spirits of his players; that it is the coach who has to convince his footballers; that it is his job to take the lead all the time. But that's not always the case.

I won't be training at 60 years old, because I want to do something else in my life.

I would like to involve and love to work with young players.

Barcelona are special in the way they play. They're a machine.

Why am I here? Yes, to win titles, because then I will feel happy for the people. But the process is the reason why.

I understand and accept that for the people of Munich, only the treble will do.

I want to play the football I feel.

The most difficult thing in football is to score a goal.

What I have to do to make sure I don't lose some games in a row; I don't know.

I am here just to learn, to improve, to help my team improve.

I want to feel I can help the club to believe they are good, and I want to feel the fans knowing the team is good. Sometimes you don't believe that because in the past, you have not won as many titles like the other ones.

I want to win games; I don't want to lose games.

I don't understand the lack of respect for amazing players when people say they are not good enough for me.

I don't think in the big clubs in Europe you can find three strikers with an average age of 20.

I will not be on the bench until I am 60 or 65 years old.

Alexis Sanchez would fit in any team in the world.

This was how Johan Cruyff worked. He was demanding a lot, but when you got there, and you were in his team, he was an incredible protector. He would push and push you, and then he would protect you. He was a master at handling players. He knew when you needed to be pushed or protected.

People say you must be pragmatic, more clinical. More pragmatic than me? I'm sorry.