Manchester City manager, Pep Guardiola has hit out at Sky Sports pundits, insisting that his players are not complacent.
City travel to Aston Villa in the Premier League on Wednesday on the back of conceding eight goals in three straight draws.
It is their worst run in the league since 2017.
Ahead of the Villa game, Guardiola hit out at former City defender, Micah Richards, Jamie Carragher and particularly Gary Neville, who suggested that the champions are suffering from complacency winning the Treble last season.
“Gary Neville knows how difficult it is, otherwise he would’ve won four Premier Leagues in the best period of Manchester United.
“But he didn’t do it. Maybe they accuse us of complacency because they felt complacency (at United). Maybe they felt it. This team so far, no chance.
“Jamie Carragher didn’t win one (title). Micah Richards didn’t win four Premier Leagues in a row. Never, ever. It’s never happened,” Guardiola said.