The relentless approach of the Manchester City squad fuels their title charge

The relentless approach of the Manchester City squad is fuelling their push for yet another Premier League title. Pep Guardiola’s squad is on the hunt for a fourth consecutive Premier League title season. If City win their final three Premier League games against Fulham, Tottenham, and West Ham, they would secure yet another piece of history. They will become the first side in Premier League history to win four consecutive Premier League titles.

To be on the precipice of this historical feat speaks volumes of the elite mentality amongst the Manchester City squad. Across this season, there hasn’t appeared to be a point where Pep Guardiola’s squad has sat back and admired their achievements of a season ago. After last season’s treble success, there has been no drop in City’s high standards. There is no doubt that the world champions have appeared tired on occasions. But they have instead relied on their relentless approach and will to win to fuel their quest for history. As it stands the champions are unbeaten in 20 Premier League games which speaks volumes about the relentless approach amongst the City squad.

Speaking with following Manchester City’s 5-1 win over Wolves Erling Haaland praised the mentality of his squad. Following City’s win, their star striker said: “Look at the mentality of the club and what we’ve been doing for the last two years – even before that. It’s a lot. The mentality in this club is unbelievable.

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With Arsenal pushing Manchester City all the way, there can be no drop in standards or performance from Pep Guardiola’s squad for the remainder of the season. With their relentless approach, it is expected that City will bring their best to when they take on Fulham on Saturday. That will be what is required from Manchester City to pick up another vital victory at Craven Cottage.

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