Manchester City director Pep Guardiola says that his side are not ready to win the Champions League, insisting they have to operate on.
The Premier League champions responded to this 2-0 loss to Wolves with a win by the Identical scoreline in Crystal Palace on Saturday at the Start of October.
City are next in action on Tuesday at home to Atalanta in Group C of the Champions League and trail Liverpool by six points at the table after dropping already in the league this season.
It is a contest Guardiola and that the club have flocked to win, however the Spaniard signaled following the success at Selhurst Park which it is a long way.
“We overlook a great deal of opportunities in the last third and we have to do that to become clinical. When the folks say regarding the Champions League function as target, we are still not prepared,” he said.
“We produce a lot and we do not concede, but we could still improve. We are a staff in the last two seasons that score a lot and generate a lot. I don’t have uncertainty about that, but we must keep going and work on that.”
Guardiola declared the save Ederson made from Christian Benteke from the next half, which guaranteed City stayed in control.
Had the Palace replacement netted at the 76th minute, it would have put up a dramatic finale in London.
Yet City remained at the top and should have scored a few more late on with Kevin De Bruyne hitting the post and Raheem Sterling firing wide from close selection.
It did not matter and also the forwards, who netted his 50th goal for the club since going into the Etihad in January 2017 by Palmeiras to get a deal worth a documented # 27m was praised by Guardiola.
“He [Jesus] will have a very long career along with his mentality always he’ll have success. He’s hungry, he will develop into an important striker around the world and we are lucky to have him” Guardiola added.
“Gabriel was consistently good from the start. He had the two tough harms. Last season it was hard following the World Cup that it was not easy, but he’s strong.
“He is a couple nine to Brazil. The club attracted an youthful player for an incredible price. One of the best signings.
“To compete with Sergio [Aguero] is perhaps the toughest thing. Sergio is a legend, an player – astonishing, but Gabriel is calm.
“He’s a competitor, he takes the conclusion and every coaching session he fights like an animal, however, he’s so young and certainly will improve.”

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