Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola wants a return the Wembley stadium, where he won the champions league with Barcelona in 2009 and 2011 respectively.
The 45-year-old former Bayern and Barcelona manager whose side defeated Middlesbrough by 2-0 today in the first-leg of the quarter-final of the FA Cup told Sky Sport earlier before the clash that he would be glad to play in the final of the FA Cup which is scheduled to hold at Wembley stadium.
Guardiola’s side are currently in three competitions which are the FA Cup, Champions league and Premier League, and the Spaniard hopes to deliver at least one silverware in his first season in charge of the oil-rich club.
The premier league seems doubtful as City are 10 points adrift league leaders Chelsea with 11 more games remaining to end of season, while they hope to scale through in their second-leg clash against Monaco after winning the first-leg 5-3 when both sides meet in France.
Pep Guardiola who is currently the highest paid football manager in the world understands that it would be honourable to win at least a silverware in his first season, after completing same feat in his previous clubs Bayern Munich and Barcelona.
Though the Spaniard does not have any clause in his contract mandating him to deliver a trophy in his first season, he has a pedigree which suggest that there is need for that.