Manchester City have five players in PFA team of the year

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They are Sergio Aguero, Kevin De Bruyne, Nicolas Otamendi, David Silva and Kyle Walker.

De Bruyne has been one of the standout players in City's superb Premier League campaign but Guardiola, their inspirational manager, was the mastermind.

Chelsea manager Antonio Conte acknowledges Manchester City are set up to dominate in the Premier League, and again suggested he has not been fully supported this season.

Pep Guardiola's side have been rampant in the English Premier League this season and last week won the Championship with five games to spare.

The team which was announced on Wednesday, includes five players from the Manchester club.

The Argentina global may still be prone to some freaky decisions, but Otamendi has made 2,665 successful passes in the Premier League this season, at least 300 more than any other player, showing how the champions play the ball out from the back.

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And he was midway through talking about Marcos Alonso's availability - the left back has been hit by the FA with a violent conduct charge - when his phone began to ring.

"For us to be competing with those other top clubs we need to be on our A-game constantly".

No timescale for his recovery has been given but, with City already crowned Premier League champions, the World Cup in Russian Federation, which starts in June, will be his main target. He knew that Madrid's centre-backs wouldn't come out to press Messi when he dropped off so that meant Messi, myself and [Andres] Iniesta would always have a two against three in midfield. Joleon Lescott talks about Manchester City's new generation and what to expect from Pep Guardiola in the coming seasons.

That's despite "only" scoring 21 goals in the league - a tally he's bettered on three previous occasions. Fifth is where they remain for now, but a good finish to the season could see them easily become the best ever Premier league winners.

The Blues suffered heartbreak in the competition this season as they were dumped out at the quarter-final stage by Liverpool, but Walker is confident European titles are just around the corner.