Pep Guardiola has no concerns over the mentality of his Manchester City players heading into their final Premier League game of the season, with the FA Cup and Champions League finals on the horizon.
Champions City have nothing to play for at Brentford, but Guardiola insists his squad are in the right frame of mind for the final fixture, and won't be looking too far ahead to the upcoming finals - however tempting that is.
Guardiola will grant his players and staff two days off after the trip to Brentford in order to switch off before the FA Cup final with Manchester United, and insists that is the best way to approach the second and third legs of a potential treble. ALSO READ: Guardiola 'not optimistic' over Vinicius Jr racism row with La Liga boss "In my experience the best way to play important finals is to be disconnected as much as possible," he said. "You have to play it as much like a regular Premier League game.
That way we will play our best level. If we had played one game a week for the last month, maybe I wouldn’t give the players two days off but in that moment we need to disconnect.Read more on manchestereveningnews.co.uk