Pep Guardiola has moved quickly to rubbish talks suggesting, his Manchester City side could go unbeaten this season.
City continued their dominant start to the season, winning 3-0 against Burnley to continue their unbeaten run domestically.
Guardiola’s men have not lost any match this season, winning all their UCL games and have scored 42 goals in all competitions.
After the win against Burnley, there were comparisons to the Arsenal invincible side of the 2003-04 and Guardiola distanced City from it.
“The only game I think about is the next one and the next one is against Wolves,” he said of Tuesday’s EFL Cup fourth-round tie.
“I am happy with the 11 wins in a row because we show we can win a lot of games in a row. That’s all.
“To win like this [the Arsenal record] is nonsense, ridiculous, because football today is so demanding and we know exactly that when we don’t play good we are going to lose games.
“Tuesday is another game where we have to try to be so serious and play as good as possible to deserve the respect of our opponents. That is all I want and then afterwards we will see.”
“I’m pretty sure, to finish unbeaten, that is not going to happen,” he said.
“We have a lot of games in a lot of competitions. Today it is so demanding, more than ever.
“To be focused every three days during 10 or 11 months, always there will be a moment when we are going down.
“In that moment, I will test myself as a manager and I am curious to see how we are going to react in that situation.
“Even Golden State Warriors sometimes lose a game. Everybody loses games and in our case that is going to happen.”